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Bloody Sunday: A flashback of the landmark Selma to Montgomery marches
On March 7, 1965, civil rights activists organized a march from Selma, Alabama to Montgomery, Alabama to press for voter registration rights for African Americans in the south. However, they were violently confronted by local authorities along the way.
Extended Interview: Civil rights leader Andrew Young on 50th anniversary of MLK assassination05:11
Extended interview: MLK assassination witness speaks out 50 years later05:08
Rev. Jesse Jackson returns to spot where MLK was shot to honor him on 50th anniversary02:51
Martin Luther King Jr. remembered 50 years after his death02:34
Daughter of MLK reflects on his life and impact02:20
11 months before his assassination, MLK talks 'new phase' of civil rights struggle26:42