The movie Selma is a riveting historical drama that traces the events leading up to the passage of the Voting Rights Act of 1965. The Act struck down voting restrictions in federal, state and local elections. The film deserves the critical acclaim it received– keep a tissue box nearby. It’s a must-see for any civics class. (It’s rated PG-13.) You can read the Act at https://goo.gl/TgOFd1.