MLK Day: "Selma" Movie Screening

  Wiley Auditorium

The movie “Selma” is a dramatization of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s march from Selma to Montgomery which depicts the racism and intolerance in the South during the 1960’s. Following the film, Dr. Joe Reiff will lead an optional discussion addressing issues of race in the deep south during the Civil Rights movement and the changes in racism as time has progressed. Real Reel (a Spiritual Life group that discusses important religious and ethical themes in film) is partnering with the MLK Day Committee to present this event.

For more information, contact Real Reel coordinator Chris Gillenwaters at EpfNlah=2|}G0v%iqCj-'/X]#[!XP7YGW2nqc6~'5$W'N6hnN.

Lyceum Credit