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As citizens across the country are either voting or preparing to vote in the November presidential election, organizers are planning to commemorate “Bloody Sunday”, a brutal moment that shocked the nation and led to the protection of voting rights for all Americans. For its 56th anniversary and the first time ever, the annual Selma Bridge Crossing Jubilee, a celebration of the victories of the voting rights movement will be hosted virtually March 4-7, 2021.
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It is important that we acknowledge The Bloody Sunday March anniversary, but it should have a daily presence in our lives in the form of discussions between older and younger generations, and action in the form of voting in local AND nationwide elections. These are the steps we must take to ensure that history does not repeat itself.

The Bloody Sunday March was a local protest with global impact. For the first time ever in March, we’re proud to announce that the 56th annual Selma Jubilee will be a global experience that everyone can be a part of -- wherever they are in the world.
1965 was a pivotal year in our nation’s history. 
It marks the year that a peaceful protest in the form of a march across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama galvanized our nation in the fight for racial equality and voting rights. The brave actions of the protestors paved the way for the Voting Rights Act. As a result of this historic march, people of all colors across the country are preparing to vote in the upcoming presidential election. 

We’re also witnessing history repeat itself as countless Black women and men are added to the list of lives who have been lost at the hands of a police brutality epidemic that still persists nationwide. Meanwhile, conversations about voter suppression loom large in the media as the background noise to a quickly approaching presidential election. And at the same time, we’re adapting to the new realities of living in a socially distant world due to COVID-19 where the power of digital connectivity has become more valuable than ever.

The vote is precious.
“When you see something that is not right, not just, not fair, you have a moral obligation to say something. To do something. Our children and their children will ask us, ‘What did you do? What did you say?’ For some, this vote may be hard. But we have a mission and a mandate to be on the right side of history.”
JOHN LEWIS, December 2019

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We are looking for volunteers with experience in videography, production, and media skills! If you or anyone you know would be interested in helping with the planning or production of the Jubilee, contact us!