Sanders and Clinton come together at Selma event


Civil rights activists and political leaders gathered in Selma, Alabama, for the 54th annual commemoration of Bloody Sunday. The ceremony also served as an unofficial 2020 campaign stop attended by Sen. Cory Booker, Sen. Bernie Sanders and Sen. Sherrod Brown, who is not yet a declared candidate. The event honored Hillary Clinton, who spoke about voter suppression along with other candidates. NBC News’ Ali Vitali reports.