On July 4, 1963, the Civil War ended in a civil war that changed America forever.
On that day, a crowd of white nationalists gathered in the town of Selma, Alabama, to protest the Voting Rights Act of 1965.
The marchers demanded that the Voting Right Act, which had been passed with overwhelming bipartisan support, be blocked by Congress.
They wanted it to take away the right of anyone to vote for people who had never been legally registered to vote.
This is the story of how a group of people rallied around the Voting Law and the fight to end the Civil Wars.
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