Stories

A National Park Ranger looks up at a museum exhibit featuring a historic image of men marching for civil rights.
A National Park Ranger looks up at an image of marchers in 1965.

NPS Photo

There are many stories to be told about the Selma to Montgomery March and the Civil Rights Movement. Read the stories from the people who were there, by clicking the links to the left.


You can also learn more about stories, events, and people of the Civil Rights Movement and the ongoing struggle for Civil Rights everywhere by visiting the National Park Service's website dedicated to Civil Rights Stories.

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

7002 U.S. Highway 80 West
P.O. Box 595

Hayenville, AL 36040

Phone:

(334) 877-1983
Please dial the following to reach the Selma to Montgomery Interpretive Centers during normal business hours. Lowndes Interpretive Center: (334) 877-1983 Selma Interpretive Center: (334) 872-0509

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