Selma’s Bloody Sunday

56 years ago today the 7th March 1965, around 600 Black demonstrators including John Lewis

Was attacked on the Edmund Pettus Bridge in SELMA Alabama, during a peaceful March calling for Black voting rights. Known as Bloody Sunday, this moment marked a turning point in the civil rights, movement and it is a time in our History that should never be forgotten. The Anniversary of BLOODY SUNDAY is a poignant reminder that the fight is far from over. We must continue to make, as Rep. John Lewis said, “ Good Trouble” by raising our voices against injustice

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