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Anthony Hodge takes his final steps toward the Alabama capitol.

Anthony Hodge completes personal journey from Selma to Montgomery

Wednesday, Mar. 30, 2022 |

Anthony Hodge takes his final steps toward the Alabama capitol.

Wednesday, Mar. 30, 2022 |

Anthony Hodge, third from left, celebrates the end of his walk with his wife, Sharee Hodge, Jim Crescitelli, Lorraine Smith, Patricia Canterbury and Julie Butler.

Wednesday, Mar. 30, 2022 |

Anthony Hodge, third from left, celebrates the end of his walk with his wife, Sharee Hodge, Jim Crescitelli, Lorraine Smith, Patricia Canterbury and Julie Butler.

Gathering with Pastor Anthony Hodge on the capitol steps: Jim Crescitelli, Amy Quesinberry, Julie Butler and Miracle Hodge.

Wednesday, Mar. 30, 2022 |

Gathering with Pastor Anthony Hodge on the capitol steps: Jim Crescitelli, Amy Quesinberry, Julie Butler and Miracle Hodge.

Wednesday, Mar. 30, 2022 |

Wednesday, Mar. 30, 2022 |

Wednesday, Mar. 30, 2022 |

Inside Dexter Avenue King Memorial Baptist Church, where the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. served as pastor. The church is two blocks from the Alabama capitol.

Wednesday, Mar. 30, 2022 |

Inside Dexter Avenue King Memorial Baptist Church, where the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. served as pastor. The church is two blocks from the Alabama capitol.

Wednesday, Mar. 30, 2022 |

Wednesday, Mar. 30, 2022 |

July Perry, a victim of the Ocoee Race Riot of 1920, is remembered at the National Memorial for Peace and Justice, informally known as the National Lynching Memorial.

Wednesday, Mar. 30, 2022 |

July Perry, a victim of the Ocoee Race Riot of 1920, is remembered at the National Memorial for Peace and Justice, informally known as the National Lynching Memorial.

Anthony Hodge celebrates with his daughter, Miracle, and wife, Sharee, after walking 54 miles and giving a MLK speech on the capitol steps.

Wednesday, Mar. 30, 2022 |

Anthony Hodge celebrates with his daughter, Miracle, and wife, Sharee, after walking 54 miles and giving a MLK speech on the capitol steps.

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