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Calling For Change: Violence or Nonviolence? Images of Bloody Sunday, 1965

Which is more effective in calling for change and pursuing the virtue of justice: violence or nonviolence?  In this episode of BRIdge from the Past, Mary examines images from Bloody Sunday in Selma, Alabama in 1965 and the 54-mile march organized by activist groups in their pursuit of civil rights and justice for all. What lessons can be learned from these images of peaceful protest and violent opposition? What do they reveal about effective ways to pursue justice in America today?

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