On Sunday, thousands of people traveled from across the nation to Selma for the anniversary of the 1965 march which turned into”Bloody Sunday” on the Edmund Pettus Bridge in which African Americans marching for the right to vote were brutally attacked by state troopers.
Phillip Gandy, II, the Owner of Dream Catcher Media Company and an Interdisciplinary Studies Major at Alabama State University who is a member of the Beta Upsilon Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc. was on the scene working in tandem with the SCLC as a photographer covering the event.
His photos cover everything from the 2020 Selma to Montgomery Bridge Crossing Jubilee Breakfast as well as the Bloody Sunday Memorial which was also the location for the meeting of political giants and presidential candidates.
Take a look at his photos below:
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