Wilbur F. Palmer Collection, The Doy Leale McCall Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Civil Rights March in Mobile, 1968
Members of the Neighborhood Organized Workers march through the streets of downtown Mobile in memory of slain civil rights
leader Martin Luther King Jr. on April 7, 1968. Jerry Pogue carries the American flag in front of the biracial group. The
King March represented a turning point in race relations in Mobile as activists turned to more direct forms of protest in
their quest for equality.