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In 1965, brave Americans like Rep. John Lewis marched in Selma for their rights, for their dignity, for their humanity. 1/ #SelmaJubilee
Today, we honor their bravery and legacy as civil rights leaders—remembering that these marchers were simply men and women who saw injustice and sought to end it the only way they knew how. 54 years later, their fight is our own. 2/
Although I am unfortunately unable to march with @RevDrBarber and @repjohnlewis at the #SelmaJubilee, I stand arm and arm in the fight for opportunity, for equality, and for free, fair elections across our nation. 3/
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