April 1965 Camden, Alabama. Mayor Reg Albritton turns back marchers. Film 91053
U.S.A. Civil Rights. Civil rights. Black civil rights in USA. April 1965 Camden, Alabama, U.S.A. - Mayor turns back demonstrators. The Mayor of Camden, Reg Albritton, speaks to female black leader of a hundred strong crowd of black demonstrators that have marched from Selma (their intended destination was Montgomery). The black leader explains that they want to go to the courthouse in order to publicise the fact that black people cannot register to vote and that it is within their constitutional rights to do so. The mayor is having none of it and he is able to get them to leave stating that they cannot go 'there like a herd of cattle.'