We love this! If anyone attended this incredible rally we’d love to hear from you for a first-hand account. THIS is what America needs instead of the very hateful and divisive #BlackLivesMatter group. 

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Tens of thousands of activists, including Alveda King, the niece of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., marched through the streets of downtown Birmingham on Saturday, rekindling memories of the central role Alabama played in the Civil Rights Movement.

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The crowd, which the Birmingham Police Department estimated was perhaps as large as 30,000 people, was led by conservative talk radio host Glenn Beck and chanted “all lives matter” as they traced the historic civil rights route from Kelly Ingram Park to Birmingham City Hall.

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The march was part of a weekend-long series of events organized by Beck, local pastor Jim Lowe of the Guiding Light Church, and numerous charitable and religious organization.

After the march, 10,000 people packed in the the BJCC Arena for a “Restoring Unity” rally that struck a tone of racial reconciliation.

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