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Broad Street is the main thoroughfare leading out of the heart of Selma, Ala. It empties into Highway 80, which leads directly to Montgomery, the state capital some 50 miles away. To exit Selma and feed into Highway 80 one must cross the Alabama River by way of the Edmund Pettus Bridge. The bridge is one of the most infamous symbols of the Civil Rights Era; a spot etched into the American story because of events that occurred there on March 7, 1965, popularly referred to as “Bloody Sunday.”
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