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March 2015 will mark the 50th anniversary of the historic march in Selma, Ala., known as “Bloody Sunday.” Much to its credit, the movie “Selma” depicting that same march has propelled the national dialogue regarding voter rights and discrimination back into the forefront of our nation’s social consciousness.

For those who were old enough to cast a ballot, it was an era of poll taxes, jar bean counting and attempts to answer unfathomable questions that would leave the best of Jeopardy contestants grimacing.

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