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The current march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama — on the anniversary of Martin Luther King’s 1965 civil rights procession — is not just a reenactment, but a “call to arms” in the face of draconian voter ID laws and anti-immigrant legislation.

NewsOne’s Elon James White has filed this exclusive report from the road between Selma and Montgomery:

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