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An Alabama state trooper grabs a woman as police break up the 1965 Selma to Montgomery civil rights march pressing for voter registration rights for Black Americans across the South. The violent response by police became known as “Bloody Sunday.”  (AP photo)

An Alabama state trooper grabs a woman as police break up the 1965 Selma to Montgomery civil rights march pressing for voter registration rights for Black Americans across the South. The violent response by police became known as “Bloody Sunday.” (AP photo)

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The Links Honor Black History

Virtual running and walking events support scholarships

Portland’s chapter of The Links, Inc., is sponsoring virtual running and walking events during Black History Month to support scholarships to students.