Alan Dimick

Alan Dimick

Alan Dimick was director of UAB’s emergency room in the 1960s and oversaw the treatment of those injured in Birmingham.

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Lynda Lowery

Lynda Lowery

Lynda Lowery was the youngest person to march all the way from Selma to Montgomery in the successful 1965 voting rights march.

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Leah Reeb Varela

Leah Reeb Varela

Leah Reeb Varela is the granddaughter of Rev. James Reeb, the Unitarian minister who was fatally beaten during the 1965 marches in Selma.

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Joanne Bland

Joanne Bland

Joanne Bland is co-founder and director of the National Voting Rights Museum in Selma, Alabama.

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Jessie Shepherd

Jessie Shepherd

Jessie Shepherd is one of the original members of the African American Alabama Christian Movement for Human Rights Choir.

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Jeff Drew

Jeff Drew

Jefferson Drew is the son of John and Addine Drew, who hosted Dr. King multiple times at their home on Birmingham’s “dynamite hill.”

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Janice Williams

Janice Williams

Janice Williams prepared meals for Unitarians from other cities on their way to the Selma-to-Montgomery march in 1965.

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Jackie Mazzara

Jackie Mazzara

Jackie Mazzara, now deceased, was a Unitarian who moved from England to Birmingham after World War II and was dismayed to discover pervasive racism.

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J Mason Davis

J Mason Davis

J Mason Davis grew up in Alabama during segregation and became the first African American partner in a major Birmingham law firm.

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Ingrid Kraus

Ingrid Kraus

Ingrid Kraus is the daughter of Frederick and Anny Kraus, who were leading Jewish activists during the Movement in Birmingham.

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