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Full coverage of the 50th anniversary of the historic Civil Rights march in Selma, Alabama, on March 7, 1965, known as "Bloody Sunday."

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Marchers Stage Bridge Crossing 50 Years After Selma

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MLK III: We're Not There Yet

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Peggy Wallace: My Father Should Have Welcomed Protesters

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Remembering Selma: Marchers Commemorate 'Bloody Sunday'

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Rep. John Lewis: 'A Lot of Work to Go' Since Selma

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John Lewis on Selma Fifty Years Later

Why Some African Americans Are Moving Down South

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Flashback: Candidates Obama and Clinton March in Selma (2007)

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Marchers Cross Brooklyn Bridge for Selma Anniversary

Obama in Selma: 'Our March Is Not Yet Finished'

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A Tale of Two Entrances: Selma's Tabernacle Baptist Church

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A Life in Selma, Growing up on a Cotton Plantation

50 Years Past Selma, Historic Town Makes Slow March Toward Change

Selma 50th Anniversary: Youngest Marcher on Edmund Pettus Bridge Reflects

Fifty Years Later, Selma Marcher Still Fights for Civil Rights

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Youngest Selma Marcher Recalls Meeting Dr. Martin Luther King

John Lewis on the Scars of Selma

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MLK to Truman: Selma March 'Not Silly'

Civil Rights Bridge in Selma Is Named After Reputed KKK Leader

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Children of Selma Remember Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.