Marchers on the Edmund Pettus Bridge during the 1965 Selma to Montgomery March

Selma to Montgomery National Historic Trail Special Resource Study

This press release describes the purpose of the Selma to Montgomery National Historic Trail Special Resource Study, the study process, and five questions for public feedback. Click on the "Comment Now" button below to enter your feedback directly here.

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Comment Period: Closed        06/22/2022 - 08/03/2022
Topic Questions Instructions:
We encourage you to learn more about the special resource study process and share your ideas during the comment period. Please help by sharing your thoughts on these topic questions.
Topic Questions:
1. How would you like to see the resources and sites related to the National Historic Trail protected and preserved for future generations?
2. Do you support or oppose some type of National Park Service designation in addition to or in combination with, the current Selma to Montgomery National Historic Trail?
3. What types of activities and visitor experiences do you want to see as part of a potential new national park unit?
4. What objects, buildings, remaining features, values and stories do you believe are most important for a potential national park unit and why? Are there any other suggested resources associated with the 1965 Voting Rights March from Selma to Montgomery not currently part of the Trail that should be considered to add to the designated Trail or potential national park unit?
5. Do you have any other ideas or comments that the National Park Service should be aware of and address in the study process?
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