Mayor Evans and Andre Hudson posing with Proclamation honoring 'Andre Hudson Day.'
Conducting my car-buying clinic at Selma High.
Former students of the Selma's Voting Rights share their stories with Hudson.
Hudson and I outside of Tabernacle Baptist church.
Hudson and I are standing in front of Brown Chapel AME, where Dr. King kicked-off the Voting Rights Movement.
Hudson and I having school lunch with the Selma High students.
Hudson giving Selma High students a lesson in form, function and design.
Hudson is being 'schooled' during a personal tour at the National Voting Rights Museum in Selma.
Hudson is captivated at 'The Rock', the prayer spot for activist before the brutal 'Bloody Sunday' march.
Hudson is engaging with Mayor Evans after receiving proclamation.
Hudson is posing with Mr. Davis drafting class.
Hudson listening intently to one of the former students who participated in the Voting Rights March, a student led movement.
Hudson makes historic visit to Selma, Alabama.
Hudson reflecting on what it was like for such giants as Dr. King and Malcolm X, when they occupied the pulpit at Brown Chapel AME.
Hudson spending time with future designers from Selma High.
Hudson taking a photo of the vest of one of the eight responsible for registering voters in the sixties.
Hudson with his baby, the Hyundai Sonata, which he designed.
Hudson with the infamous Edmund Pettus Bridge in the background.
Hudson, I and others inside of Brown Chapel AME.
Hudson's reception with members of the Selma City Schools.
Students and Staff of Selma High hanging on to Hudson's words.