The Brockermeyer news from Friday may have been the start of a big 10-day stretch for Alabama from a recruiting standpoint.
For politicians who opposed his work to honor Lewis now is a greater insult than those honestly hurled at him by the segregationists of Alabama and Tennessee in his youth.https://t.co/5ghL0s1M0K
— Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II (@RevDrBarber) July 19, 2020
Rep. John Lewis's death has renewed interest in renaming the bridge in Selma, Alabama, where he was beaten by state troopers while helping lead a Black voting rights march in 1965. The bridge is currently named after a Confederate general and KKK leader.https://t.co/OQ5TIKQcoe
— The New York Times (@nytimes) July 19, 2020