The National Voting Rights Museum and Institute (NVRMI) is giving its supporters a chance to leave their legacy in stone.
Based in Selma, the NVRMI is selling commemorative bricks to help maintain and improve the facility.
Museum board member Louretta Wimberly told AlabamaNews that bricks cost $100 dollars and buying one helps to carry on the legacy of the foot soldiers of the Selma Voting Rights movement.
“The brick represent a stone. It means that this is how we came over and now I have an opportunity to continue that growth and that moving forward,” Wimberly said.