Memorial services were held across Alabama this weekend to honor the late civil rights icon Congressman John Lewis. A horse-drawn carriage took Lewis' casket for a final crossing of Selma's Edmund Pettus Bridge on Sunday. In 1965 Lewis and others led a peaceful protest across the bridge to support African American voting rights. They were brutally beaten by state troopers in what became known as "Bloody Sunday." Ohio Congresswoman Marcia Fudge and CBS News political contributor Antjuan Seawright join CBSN's Laura Podesta to discuss Lewis' life and legacy.