More than an educational tool, the Selma Online experience is a heightened rediscovery of a tumultuous time — the 1965 voter registration campaign in Selma, Alabama — brought to life through interactive digital storytelling that inspires action.
Taking Action to Make Change.
Only 36% of American youth consider themselves to be politically active. In partnership with the Hutchins Center and the SPLC’s Teaching Tolerance program, LFL created an interactive online platform to enable students to explore the 1965 voter registration campaign in Selma, Alabama. Equal parts instructive and provocative, Selma Online vividly illustrates the importance of fighting for change, and inspires youth to consider avenues for taking action.