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in solidarity and remembrance with civil rights activists whose beatings by police a half-century ago galvanized much of the nation against racial oppression and hastened passage of historic legislation guaranteeing voting rights for minorities Tens of thousands of people joined to commemorate the “Bloody Sunday” march of 1965 and take stock of the struggle for equality Under a bright sun the first black US president praised the figures of a civil rights era that he was too young to know but that helped him break the ultimate racial barrier in political history with his ascension to the nation’s highest office He called them “warriors of justice” who pushed America closer to a more perfect union “So much of our turbulent history — the stain of slavery and anguish of civil war the yoke of segregation and tyranny of Jim Crow the death of four little girls in Birmingham and the dream of a Baptist preacher — met on this bridge” Obama told the crowd before taking a symbolic walk across part of the Edmund Pettus Bridge where the 1965 marchers were attacked by police “It was not a clash of armies but a clash of wills a contest to determine the meaning of America” Obama said He was 3 years old at the time of the march A veteran of that clash US Rep John Lewis who was severely beaten by police that day in 1965 and suffered a skull fracture exhorted the crowd to press on with the work of racial justice “Get out there and push and pull until we redeem the soul of America” Lewis said He was the youngest and is the last survivor of the Big Six civil rights activists a group led by the Rev Martin Luther King Jr that had the greatest impact on the movement Among those in attendance was Peggy Wallace Kennedy a daughter of the late George Wallace the Alabama governor in 1965 who once vowed “segregation forever” Selma’s fire department estimated the crowd reached 40000 Former President George W Bush shared the platform Republican congressional leaders were mostly absent but one House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy joined the walk The walk progressed under the bold letters on an arch identifying the bridge named after Pettus a Confederate general in the Civil War senator and reputed Ku Klux Klan leader Obama his wife Michelle and their two daughters walked about a third of the way across accompanied by Lewis who has given fellow lawmakers countless tours of this scene Bush his wife Laura and scores of others came with them before a larger crowd followed Two years after King’s historic “I have a dream” speech in Washington the Bloody Sunday march became the first of three aiming to reach Montgomery Alabama the state capital to demand an end to discrimination against black voters Scenes of troopers beating marchers on the bridge shocked the nation emboldening leaders in Washington to pass the Voting Rights Act five months later On his way to Selma Obama signed a law awarding the Congressional Gold Medal to participants of the trio of marches the last of which brought protesters all the way to Montgomery The shadow of enduring discrimination touched the event as Obama addressed his government’s investigation of the Ferguson Missouri police department The investigation he said “evoked the kind of abuse and disregard for citizens that spawned the civil rights movement” “What happened in Ferguson may not be unique ” he said “but it’s no longer endemic or sanctioned by law and custom And before the civil rights movement it most surely was” The Justice Department concluded this past week that Ferguson had engaged in practices that discriminated against the city’s largely black population The department also declined to prosecute the white police officer who shot and killed an unarmed black 18-year-old last year sparking days of violent protests and marches “We just need to open our eyes and ears and hearts to know that this nation’s racial history still casts its long shadow upon us” Obama said Yet he said “if you think nothing’s changed in the past 50 years ask somebody who lived through the Selma or Chicago or LA of the ’50s Ask the female CEO who once might have been assigned to the secretarial pool if nothing’s changed Ask your gay friend if it’s easier to be out and proud in America now than it was 30 years ago To deny this progress – our progress – would be to rob us of our own agency our responsibility to do what we can to make America better” In New York a multigenerational and racially mixed crowd of about 250 people crossed the Brooklyn Bridge in a “Selma is Everywhere” march to mark the anniversary For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: February 11 2012 3:35 am Related News The Trinamool Congress government got into a fresh spat with the Opposition CPM on Friday when Assembly Speaker Biman Bandopadhyay banned media conferences at the press room of the State Assembly when there is no session Earlierpermission was not needed from the Speaker to hold press conferences during sessions at the Assembly press cornerthough in the absence of sessionspermission had to be sought from the Speaker In a circular issued on Fridaythe Speaker said no press conference could be held there when the Assembly is not in session Quite naturallythe CPM saw red in this move of the ruling party and called it draconian. 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Meanwhile,twitter. People in general feel that vaccination are for children. He added: In fact32000 vaccines were supplied to Gujarat Of the totalonly 25000 vaccines were used? 2017. is all praise for the Bollywood icon saying she made some tiring action sequences look effortless on screen. I was shocked at how comfortably she pulled it off.7 mm ?Colombo,’ Raabta will hit the theatres on June 9. (Source: AP) Related News Alex Iwobi scored a second-half winner as Nigeria became the first African nation to qualify for the 2018 World Cup with a 1-0 victory over Zambia in Uyo on Saturday.