In 1965 Alabama, an 11 year old girl (Jurnee Smollett) is touched by a speech by Martin Luther King, Jr. (Clifton Powell) and becomes a devout follower. But her resolution is tested when she joins others in the famed march from Selma to Montgomery. Written by
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This movie is based on the memoir "Selma, Lord, Selma: Girlhood Memories of the Civil Rights Days" by Sheyann Webb and Rachel West Nelson, as told to Frank Sikora, first published in 1980. See more
Jonathan Daniels did not arrive in Selma until after Bloody Sunday; he was not present at Jimmie Lee Jackson's shooting (which took place inside, at night), nor was Daniels present at Bloody Sunday. Jimmie Lee Jackson did not die in Marion, but in Selma, eight days after he was shot. See more
Martin Luther King, Jr.
You may have the law on your side but we have morality on ours and one day you're going to have to accept that.