Being Biden Vol. 16: 50 Years Later
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In the up-to-date commencement of living thing Biden, the Vice Chief Executive reflects on the 50th anniversary of the polite
Rights Act, and shares a photo of himself with Representative John Lewis, Jesse Jackson, and supplemental leaders of the noncombatantized rights change.

The Vice presidency reminds listeners what these polite
ised rights leaders faced in 1965 on Alabama's Edmund Pettus Bridge -- recounting a base on balls met by "billy clubs and beatings, at the hand of in the public eye police officers."

Caption: Vice Chief Executive Joe Biden marches crosswise the Edmund Pettus Bridge with Congresswoman Terri Sewell and Congressman John Lewis, during the 48th one-year
Bridge Crossing Ceremony in Selma, Alabama, March 3, 2013. (Official White House Photo by David Lienemann)

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