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Remembering Bloody Sunday 1965
Selma, Alabama

Today we commemorate Bloody Sunday 1965, Selma Alabama.

Here is Linda Blackmon Lowry, the youngest marcher beaten so badly by cops on the Pettus Bridge that she was put in a hearse, presumed dead.

She took me over the bridge with her fellow marchers from 1965, Marcia Edwards and Sen. Hank Sanders.

Knowing the danger, Martin Luther King asked a congregation in Selma, “Who will walk with me?”

Today, Sunday, I met with our attorneys on the suits we are re-invigorating in Georgia and beyond.

So, I have to ask: “Who will walk with me?”

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