Latinos, Blacks Come Together in Alabama March

Latinos, Blacks Come Together in Alabama March

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Ed. Note: Latinos, Blacks and a host of civil rights, labor and immigrant rights groups are participating in a historic reenactment of the 1965 Selma to Montgomery Voting Rights March. The event marks the coming together of a broad movement for a renewed call for civil rights in America. A core part of the agenda will demand the repeal of Alabama’s vehemently anti-immigrant law, HB56. The march continues from March 4-9. On March 8, immigration rights will be the focus of the marchers. On March 9, a rally will be held at the steps of the State Capitol.