As many superstars celebrate the life of civil rights icon Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Usher shared that he spent his day in Selma, Alabama. Usher shared on his Instagram page that he was at the historic Edmund Pettus Bridge where “Bloody Sunday” occurred in 1965.
Usher shared a snap at the bridge with the caption, “I decided to celebrate this day by visiting this historical site, where brave men and women protested for the change we see today. It’s an honor to be walking in your footsteps here in Selma, Alabama. #PettusBridge #MLKDay #civilrights #roadtrip.”
He also shared a video on his story at the gravesite honoring some of the men and women who marched over the bridge. In the video with Stevie Wonder’s “They won’t go when I go” in the background, he captioned the video, “In the end, we will recall not the works of ……
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