This month marked the anniversary of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s historic walk from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama back in 1965.

According to the Arkansas Martin Luther King, Jr. Commission:

Arkansas native DuShun Scarbrough, Executive Director of the Arkansas Martin Luther King, Jr. Commission joined thousands from across the world to pay homage to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the brave marchers who participated in the 1965 Selma March for Voting Rights. Scarbrough represented Arkansas as he joined thousands who descended upon Selma, Alabama to walk in the footsteps of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and peaceful protesters who started the march for voting rights on Sunday, March 7, 1965, which became infamously known as “Bloody Sunday.” Scarbrough completed the first leg of the 50-mile highway stretch from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama on Sunday, March 8, 2015. He joined thousands who crossed the Edmund Pettus Bridge to commemorate the historic “Bloody Sunday” march as marchers set out to march from Selma to capital City Montgomery, Alabama to convince Governor George Wallace to consider extending voting rights to African-Americans. “Walking across that bridge, I felt really connected to what happened on that 50 years ago, says Scarbrough. When I was walking across that bridge, I thought in my mind that this was more than an event; the bridge symbolized a transition to change. I felt like I was part of something monumental. It was really an emotional experience. When I was walking across that bridge, I thought in my mind that this was more than an event; the bridge symbolized a transition to change. I felt like I was part of something monumental. It was really an emotional experience.” I was so proud to be able to represent my great state as the director of the Arkansas Martin Luther King, Jr. Commission, a state agency that observes the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Commission.
The Arkansas Martin Luther King, Jr. Commission also has released a commemorate license plate which allows Arkansans to pay homage to the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. License plates may be obtained at revenue offices across the states. Arkansas is now one of five states to carry the King Comm

Below is a picture of the Arkansas license plate.

Martin Luther King, Jr. Commission