Open Invitation singer/actor Tyrese Gibson was in Selma, Alabama this week, walking with activists in support of labor and voting rights.
According to The Birmingham News, Gibson joined activists during the fourth day of a Selma-to-Montgomery march honoring civil rights activist Viola Liuzzo who was killed by the Ku Klux Klan in March of 1965.
Each day activists have marched a stretch of U.S. 80, focusing on various issues including health care.
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Tyrese released his latest album, “Open Invitation,” in November.