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A States' Rights Lens
Representative Edwards reflects on trying to balance the need for change and states' rights.
The Honorable William Jackson (Jack) Edwards, U.S. Representative of Alabama
A States' Rights Lens
A States' Rights Lens
Alabama Delegation Reacts to Selma
The reaction of the Alabama Members after the attempted march across the Edmund Pettus Bridge.
The Honorable William Jackson (Jack) Edwards, U.S. Representative of Alabama
Alabama Delegation Reacts to Selma
Alabama Delegation Reacts to Selma
Hiding From "The FBI"
A story that illustrates the tense relationship between the federal government and local officials in Alabama in the 1960s.
The Honorable William Jackson (Jack) Edwards, U.S. Representative of Alabama
Hiding From "The FBI"
Hiding From "The FBI"
Reactions to Selma
Remembering the varying responses of the citizens of Alabama to the events in Selma.
The Honorable William Jackson (Jack) Edwards, U.S. Representative of Alabama
Reactions to Selma
Reactions to Selma
Registering the First Black Voters
Registering African Americans for the first time in the aftermath of the Voting Rights Act of 1965.
The Honorable William Jackson (Jack) Edwards, U.S. Representative of Alabama
Registering the First Black Voters
Registering the First Black Voters
Selma's Impact on the Alabama Delegation
How Selma changed the political landscape of Alabama.
The Honorable William Jackson (Jack) Edwards, U.S. Representative of Alabama
Selma's Impact on the Alabama Delegation
Selma's Impact on the Alabama Delegation
Using the Recording Studio
Representative Edwards describes recording radio and TV segments for his constituents and how they transported reels of film to the district.
The Honorable William Jackson (Jack) Edwards, U.S. Representative of Alabama
Using the Recording Studio
Using the Recording Studio