As the South Grows: On Fertile Soil

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Selma the wealthiest city in Alabama. Now, it is among the poorest with one of the highest crime rates in the the country for a city its size. The Selma Center for Nonviolence, Truth & Reconciliation is going to change that. Its leaders are heirs of the legacy Civil Rights Movement leaders left in Selma. The center trains community organizers, develops young leaders and hosts community conversations about Selma’s path toward what Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. called “the beloved community.”

 


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April 2017


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Ryan Schlegel, Stephanie Peng


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