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The Labor & Community Strategy Center, Adrique 360 and the Bringer of Hope Foundation at UCLA invite you to a screening of "Selma". Set in a small Alabama town, "Selma" is the true story of brave souls, who by refusing to let political repression and police violence turn them around, helped America move closer to living up to what the Constitution says it means to be American. "Selma" is an important film because it dramatizes how community organizing and political education can foster grassroots action. "Selma" is also important because the fight to protect voting rights across the United States continues. Join us as we explore the meaning and significance of the Selma to Montgomery March in the efforts to effect public policy today.

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