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15 Phoenix
16 Tucson
17 Las Cruces
18 Albuquerque
07 Mexico
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21 El paso
22 Laredo
23 Mc Allen
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28 Jackson
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30 Atlanta
31 Fort Benning
01 Louisville
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05 Toledo
06 New York

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08 Baltimore
09 Baltimore
10 Washington

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27 Houston

Close to the bridge, I meet Queen Easter X, singer, video director and last but not least, the memory guardian of this place.

Day 18


August 29th 2012:

The region of Montgomery is the birthplace of civil rights struggle. We make a stop in Selma, where Afroamericans were hardly repressed by the state on Edmund Pettus bridge on March the 7th 1965.
Three weeks later, they organized a protest march from Selma to Montgomery headed by Martin Luther King. This was decisive for black people obtaining the right to vote.

Selma's Bridge

Queen Easter X

Listening to the history of Queen's mother and observing this woman, it looks clear for me that women are crucialin all these movements, may be more than men, even if we don't recognize it.

12 San Diego