Amos G. Snell

SCLC, Selma Movement, 1962-65, Alabama
Current Residence: El Sobrante, CA

I was first arrested on September 16, 1963, after listening to a Speech by Dr. King that stirred my soul. I loved being in the movement because it gave the chance to change things that I could not change alone. I was arrested three additional times. I was there on the bridge for Bloody Sunday. I marched from Selma to Montgomery. It amazes to this day that we able to change and encourage people the world over, from little old Selma, Alabama.


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