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On the Edmund Pettus Bridge March 4, Rev. William Barber II, co-chair of the Poor People's Campaign, right, promises Rep. John Lewis (D-Georgia), who had his skull fractured while leading the original "Bloody Sunday" march across the bridge, that the campaign will not dishonor his and others' blood. Lewis pledged to continue the fight to restore the Voting Rights Act and stand against voter suppression. (Courtesy of Poor People's Campaign)
William Barber and John Lewis