Selma Review

Selma was released in 2014 to honor the 50th anniversary of the Selma marches.  It came at a convenient time in our country’s history, as the Eric Garner, Michael Brown, and Tamir Rice incidents have stimulated a national conversation about our supposedly post-racial society. Intrigued, I was ready to see Selma when it came out. Selma was a phenomenal work, and it’s deserving of our attention not only as a well-made film, but as a thought-provoking story. Selma was a phenomenal work, and it’s deserving of our attention not only as a well-made film, but as a thought-provoking story.

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