Members of Congress are visiting the University of Alabama to see the place where former Gov. George C. Wallace made his "Stand in the Schoolhouse Door" against racial integration 50 years ago.
The leaders will be in Tuscaloosa on Friday for commemoration program.
The event will held at the auditorium where Wallace tried to block the enrollment of black students at Alabama in 1963.
Among those greeting the delegation will be a daughter of Wallace, Peggy Wallace Kennedy.