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"Remember...you can get anybody to do anything with steady loving confrontation."

-Lynda Blackmon Lowery

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ABOUT LYNDA

Lynda Blackmon lowery is a civil rights activist, award-winning author, and co-producer who demonstrated as the youngest foot soldier to march from Selma to Montgomery in 1965 for them to vote. She has been an active participant in the Civil Rights Movement right from her earliest days. Lynda authored a book named, "Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom" to appeal to young readers and provide insight to how impactful segregation was in 1965 and how she navigated through that burning desire to see equal rights for herself, her family, and the African American Community. 

 

Lynda travels the world telling her story from the eyes and experiences of her 14-year-old self. Locked in an iron, windowless room called the sweatbox, Lynda recounts the horror of being jailed nine times before her fifteenth birthday and the 35 stitches on her eye and back of her head from being beaten by white state troopers and sheriffs on Bloody Sunday. 

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