Nearly 50 years ago, a racially-charged and very rocky demonstration served as a major catalyst for change. The march from Selma to Montgomery led America on a long journey where in the end, all were given the right to vote. It's a right Ambassador Andrew Young, a leader in the movement, didn't take lightly then, and doesn't take lightly now.
FOX 5'S LISA RAYAM SPOKE TO AMBASSADOR YOUNG ABOUT THE 1965 MARCH. CLICK ON THE VIDEO ABOVE TO WATCH HER FULL STORY.