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CSPAN
Mar 30, 2015 11:59pm EDT
kennedy the daughter of the menu as governor in 1965, george wallace, is here today. to extend an olive branch on behalf of her late father. fifty years ago it was malice that would not allow data to speak from the steps of this capital. instead he spoke his powerful kindness was from a flatbed truck in the midst of a boisterous and buoyant crowd. and today i stand where he could not stand. to sympathize with our past with our present to speak the same profound words that he spoke to 50 years ago my father's words reverberated in the atmosphere as the nation and the world grappled with the horror and inhumanity of man and i'm bloody sunday. today i speak to you from the experience of walking across the edmund pettus bridge a few weeks ago. with nonviolent warriors from that infamous day. and with the first african-american president of the united states, president barack obama and his family. it is 50 years later the critical moment in history, we have made tremendous strides. let it not be lost on us that many of my fathers were from 50 years ago still resonating today. they have
CSPAN
Mar 28, 2015 1:30pm EDT
man who was governor in 1965, george wallace, is here today, to extend an olive branch on behalf of her late father. 50 years ago, it was malice that would not allow daddy to speak from the steps. he spoke his timeless words from a flatbed truck in the midst of a boisterous crowd. today, i stand where he could no t stand. [cheers and applause] to synthesize our past with our present, and to speak those same profound words that he spoke. 50 years ago, my father's words reverberated in the atmosphere as the nation and the world grapples with the horror and inhumanity of man's demands on bloody sunday. today, i speak to you from the experience of walking across the andaman pettus bridge a few weeks ago with nonviolent warriors from that infamous day and with the first african american president, barack obama, barack obama, and his family. it is 50 years later. since the critical moment in history, we have made tremendous strides, but let it not be lost on us that many of my father's words from 50 years ago still resonate today. they have the same power because we are facing similar iss
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