Women’s March Organizer Compares NRA March to Selma as They’re Protected by Cops

‘In the spirit of those who walked across the bridge in Selma, Alabama, they knew they were going to meet Bull Connor, but they went anyhow’

UNKNOWN FEMALE: "We are also prepared to stand up to anyone who thinks that they are going to challenge us and put fear in our hearts and minds. (Cheering) In the spirit of those who walked across the bridge in Selma, Alabama, they knew they were going to meet Bull Connor, but they went anyhow. And today, we march anyhow. Power to the people!" (Cheering and Applause)

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