CWA members from Alabama and Georgia attended the 57th anniversary of the Bloody Sunday March in Selma, Ala., where they marched across the Edmund Pettus Bridge to honor the men and women who walked that same path 57 years ago to fight for the right to vote. Vice President Kamala Harris and the families of Martin Luther King, Jr., and John Lewis lead marchers across the bridge. Before the march began, Vice President Harris spoke to the participants stating, “Today, we stand on this bridge at a different time. We again, however, find ourselves caught in between. Between injustice and justice. Between disappointment and determination. Still in a fight to form a more perfect union, and nowhere is that more clear than when it comes to the ongoing fight to secure the freedom to vote.”
Members of CWA Local 3204 participated in a march on the 57th anniversary of the Bloody Sunday March.