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The legacy Selma left behind
Rep. Terri Sewell, the first African American woman to ever serve in Alabama's Congressional delegation, and her mother, Nancy Sewell, discuss the legacy of the 1965 march in Selma.
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Sharpton: Jeff Sessions, a Selma native, not moving forward04:03
Civil rights icon Amelia Boynton dies at 10401:54
Remembering Amelia Boynton Robinson02:49
This week: From Selma to Oklahoma to Ferguson02:44