It’s been 50 years since “Bloody Sunday” Dr. King and his wife “Coreta Scott King” along with thousands of others walked arm in arm in a non violent protest for equal voting rights and for a young black deacon killed by a state trooper.
In 1965 on March 7 people walked across “Edmund Pettus Bridge” in Alabama in hopes of making America better. They endured beating with night sticks, tear gas, and were trampled by horses.
All that violence that was not in vain that same year President Johnson sign the bill to pass the “Voters Act Rights” law.
Check out this video from Youtube courteous of the “Los Angles Times”
If you would like to learn more about the Selma check out the movie called Selma.