Six months after witnessing President Lyndon Johnson outlaw segregation in July 1964, Martin Luther King, Jr. was back at the White House seeking support for voting rights. In the movie "Selma," Johnson and King's relationship is confrontational. Michelle
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Published: 2021-03-29 03:30 pm
Is "Selma's" portrayal of LBJ historically accurate?
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