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The Most Patriotic Place in Each State

Cheapism Logo By Jay Gentile of Cheapism | Slide 2 of 52: This National Historic Landmark bridge that crosses the Alabama River in Selma played an integral role in the establishment of the Voting Rights Act of 1965 prohibiting racial discrimination in voting. Today part of the 54-Mile Selma to Montgomery National Historic Trail, visitors can educate themselves about the struggle for racial equality in America that still continues to the current day.Related: Where to Donate for Racial Justice in Your State

Alabama: Edmund Pettus Bridge

This National Historic Landmark bridge that crosses the Alabama River in Selma played an integral role in the establishment of the Voting Rights Act of 1965 prohibiting racial discrimination in voting. Today part of the 54-Mile Selma to Montgomery National Historic Trail, visitors can educate themselves about the struggle for racial equality in America that still continues to the current day.

Related: Where to Donate for Racial Justice in Your State

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