Crossroads, Segment 1, March 22, 2015

HOUSTON -- Congressman John Lewis and Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza look back at the 50th anniversary of the marches on Selma.

Congressman Lewis was seriously injured in the first march as citizens fighting for voting rights were severely beaten by Alabama state troopers. Archbishop Fiorenza took part in a successful march two weeks later after the late Dr. Martin Luther King put out a nationwide call for clergy to join the march.