The city of Selma, Alabama, is ingrained in the history of the United States due to its involvement in the civil rights movement and the Selma Voting Rights Movement. Despite being one of the most famous cities in Alabama, it seems that people are skipping town fast. From 2010 to 2018, the population of Selma has fallen by 13.8%. It seems that people have been leaving the city ever since the 1960s, and according to the 2018 census, the population dropped from 20,756 in 2010 to 17,886.
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