Snippets of History: 55 Years After “Bloody Sunday,” Fight to Vote Marches On in Selma Alabama

From VOA News: “55 Years After ‘Bloody Sunday,’ Fight to Vote Marches On in Selma By Kane Farabaugh March 02, 2020 09:43 PM SELMA, ALABAMA – On March 7, 1965, hundreds of voting rights demonstrators at the same location in Selma fell victim to tear gas and brutal beatings as Alabama law enforcement officers descended on the peaceful civil rights march.

55 Years After “Bloody Sunday,” Fight to Vote Marches On in Selma Alabama