AGAPE Council of the Blind Presents

Alabama's “Bloody Sunday”


"We went to Alabama to recognize a significant moment in history.  We were in for an eye opening experience and lesson."  


The first march took place on March 7, 1965, when Lucy Foster suggested that the people of Marion march with the body of Jimmy Lee Jackson and place his body at the feet of then Governor, George Wallace.


This is only the first of what we would learn about the “Civil Rights Movement and Trail” and all that “Bloody Sunday” truly means.  


We traveled to Anniston, Birmingham, Montgomery, Selma, Marion, Africatown, and Gees Bend. 


Take this journey with us and let your mind expand.


All of our pictures tell a story that you will not readily forget!


Find Out what “Bloody Sunday” was really about!


Where:  Overland Lions Banquet Hall


Address:  2358 Lackland Road, Overland, Missouri, 63114


When:  February 25, 2023


Time:  Doors open at 2 pm…Program starts at 3pm


Tickets:  $20


Vendor tables will be available-$25


There will be a light meal served


For more information call 314-873-9022