How 'Bloody Sunday' turned the Edmund Pettus Bridge into a symbol of civil rights

As civil rights activists attempted to march from Montgomery to Selma. on March 7, 1965, they were met with violence from police. The day became known as ‘Bloody Sunday.’

Source: USA Today – Breaking News

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