the demolition team checked if there were explosives under the bridge. a one-legged man helped lynda
DAY TWO Monday, March 22 Goal: Rosa Steele's store
"it would destroy me" i offer to give my life for you
astonished Lynda ran away. what kind of person would i be if i let him die for me?
they'd be nearing brown chapel their main goal only 30 miles away
we are almost there! keep pushing
the helicopters circled protectively as the marchers entered the gloomy swamp crossing soapstone creek safely
as people ate dinner and settled down for a second night on the ground the medical team busily treated exhausted marchers with blistered feet
Day four Wednesday March 24 goal:city of saint Jude
some white were even marching with the African Americans and so they got closer and closer to the brown chapel they even started singing again.
as soon as the marchers left Lowndes county they hurried back to Selma before they had conflict with mean whites everyone was welcome to join then hundreds of people waiting on the grounds of the carver homes
everyone wore the orange vests as a sign of freedom and they kept marching on as a symbol of peace and eventually arrived at the black chapel