Free Community Screening for MLK Day

On March 7, 1965, 600 civil rights activists left Selma, Alabama, on foot, marching for dignity and equality.

Eighteen days, 54 miles, one police attack, 1,900 National Guard troops, 2,000 U.S. Army soldiers and countless stories later, they arrived in Montgomery — and changed history.

This film tells the story of a courageous group of students and teachers who, along with other activists, fought a nonviolent battle to win voting rights for African Americans in the South. Standing in their way: a century of Jim Crow, a resistant and segregationist state, and a federal government slow to fully embrace equality. By organizing and marching bravely in the face of intimidation, violence, arrest and even murder, these change-makers achieved one of the most significant victories of the civil rights era.

Directed by Bill Brummel

Starring Roland Buck III, Artrial Clark, Nicole Forbes

USA | NR | 2015 | 40 min.

Appropriate for ages 12 and up

Show Dates & Times:

1/16/17 - Monday

1:00 pm,

Free Admission

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