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Montgomery Slave Trade

Montgomery Slave Trade

The Equal Justice Initiative is based in Montgomery, Alabama. One of the things it is doing here to correct the narrative of a city known for Slave trading is to place historic markers in key locations around the city describing the economic impact of slave trading and laws banning free Black people. Notice the BlackContinue Reading Montgomery Slave Trade

Wonderful day walking today. I heard the ancestors rejoicing about entering Montgomery County. They were happy that I could feel and sense their 1963 Selma to Montgomery accomplishment. Towards the end of the day many of the ancestors were complaining about how sore their feet were as they turned on to Highway 31, and realized they still had another two and a half miles to go to Campsite 4 and St. Jude City.

Wonderful day walking today.  I heard the ancestors rejoicing about entering Montgomery County. They were happy that I could feel and sense their 1963 Selma to Montgomery accomplishment. Towards the end of the day many of the ancestors were complaining about how sore their feet were as they turned on to Highway 31, and realized they still had another two and a half miles to go to Campsite 4 and St. Jude City.

In other Walk to Freedom developments today, I was interviewed by two television stations here in Montgomery; and my fraternity, Alpha Phi Alpha have put out state and regional wide messages about me and they responded in a big way. I’m staying tonight at a local Catholic Church where the Minister is an Alpha. TheContinue Reading Wonderful day walking today. I heard the ancestors rejoicing about entering Montgomery County. They were happy that I could feel and sense their 1963 Selma to Montgomery accomplishment. Towards the end of the day many of the ancestors were complaining about how sore their feet were as they turned on to Highway 31, and realized they still had another two and a half miles to go to Campsite 4 and St. Jude City.

New Walking Card

New Walking Card

This is the new business card I will share with people I meet along the way in Alabama and Mississippi. The reverse side of the card informs readers about why I am doing this walk.