SELMA,AL (WBRC) - Thousands of people marked the 46th anniversary of Bloody Sunday today in Selma. Local state and national leaders joined marchers by walking across the the Edmund Pettus Bridge this afternoon. On March 7, 1965 police attacked civil rights demonstraters as they marched toward Montgomery beating and spraying them with pepper spray. The marchers wanted to bring attention to the violations of their civil rights.
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