Afternoon @ the Movie: “Selma, Selma”

Branch: 
Hubbard

In 1965, during the turbulent early days of the right-to-vote movement, a young Alabama school girl is inspired by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. to resist the degradation that her fellow African Americans are suffering. Along with a white seminary student from the north and against the ever-increasing threat of racial violence, she promises to do what she can to help Dr. King's efforts. A powerful true story about their perseverance and patience ultimately prevailing, culminating in the famous civil rights march from Selma to Montgomery!          

 

Age: 
Children & Tweens

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