Bloody Sunday in Selma, March 7, 1965.
Hundreds of activists in Pittsburgh marked the day honoring Martin Luther King Jr. on Monday by marching for social justice causes.
For the second straight day, hundreds gathered outside the headquarters of UPMC in downtown Pittsburgh.
An estimated 300 workers and bused-in labor activists tied up Pittsburgh traffic when they marched downtown to rally outside the corporate offices of the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center.
Activists, politicians, and top law enforcement spent three-hours behind closed doors talking about improving relationships between residents and Pittsburgh police, primarily in the city’s zone 5 neighborhoods.