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Thousands of people travel to Selma, Alabama every year to walk in the footsteps of the Bloody Sunday Foot Soldiers. It has become a beacon of equality from the Civil Rights Movement, but the once bustling town that is now grappling with economic inequality. In our three episode series sponsored by W.K. Kellogg Foundation, we will showcase the local residents and business owners banding together through racial healing to create new opportunities in tourism for their neighbors to thrive. Claretta Bellamy reports.