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WHAT WE DO
Salute Selma, Inc., was designed to take the lessons learned thru the lenses of the Civil Rights Movement and apply these solutions to everyday business practices.
Annually, Salute Selma, Inc. hosts three major events which are televised on a major broadcast network.
The events include a benefit concert, a diversity and leadership training forum, and a women's summit.
Salute Selma, Inc. has produced two critically acclaimed televised documentaries We Remember and the Sheroes of Selma.
Sheroes of Selma, aired on the Viacom Networks, and was a half-hour documentary on the women of Selma Bridge Crossing Jubilee Inc., who shared stories on their life growing up in Selma, Alabama and what it was like to grow up with women such as Amelia Boynton Robinson who was actually on the front lines fighting for equal voting rights. This documentary features Amelia Boynton Robinson, Annie Pearl Avery, Faya Rose Toure, Sheryl Lee Ralph, and Kelly Price as it commemorates the 600 plus brave men and women who risked their lives to fight against injustice and for equality during the 50th Anniversary of Bloody Sunday and the Selma to Montgomery March.
We Remember, aired on the Viacom Networks,
and was an hour and a half television special documentary concert commemorating the 50th Anniversary of Bloody Sunday and the Selma to Montgomery March. The televised show comprised remarks by President Barack Obama, Congressman John Lewis, and other grassroots foot soldiers and civic leaders interwoven with historical footage, photography and performances.