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The 1965 voting rights march in Selma, Alabama exposed police brutality to the world and set the stage for the passage of the Voting Rights Act. The movie ‘Selma’ tells the story of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the movement in Selma in a new and authentic way. Listen to learn more about traditional Hollywood depictions of civil rights and how this movie has broken that mold.
WARNING: THIS AUDIO STORY CONTAINS STRONG LANGUAGE
Story Length: 3:54
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AIR DATE: 12/27/2014