Sunday marks 56 years since civil rights activists were met with violence when they marched across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, demanding the right to vote. It became known as "Bloody Sunday." This year's events commemorating the march are
Published: 2021-03-06 08:49 am
56-year commemoration of "Bloody Sunday" to be held virtually

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