ARI SHAPIRO, HOST:
The commemoration of Bloody Sunday in Selma, Ala., will be different this year. The pandemic means there won't be marching crowds this weekend. The church service will be virtual.
MARY LOUISE KELLY, HOST:
And notably, a voice will be missing.
(SOUNDBITE OF ARCHIVED RECORDING)
JOHN LEWIS: We're marching today to dramatize to the nation, dramatize to the world, the hundreds and thousands of Negro citizens of Alabama, but particularly here in the Black Belt area, denied the right to vote.