Kyle Writes on Relevance of Selma for Huff Po

Kyle Writes on Relevance of Selma for Huffington Post

Kyle McMahon plays Senator John J Williams in Oscar nominated Selma
Kyle McMahon has a small role as Senator John J  Williams in Selma

Kyle McMahon, who has a small role as Senator John J. Williams in the Oscar nominated film Selma, writes his latest article for the Huffington Post. The article, titled Selma Is More Relevant Today Than Ever, discusses the amazing parallels between the Golden Globe winning Martin Luther King drama and the events going on in the United States today.

If you haven’t yet heard of Selma, you soon will. The film is based on the real life events that occurred in Selma Alabama in 1965. The three marches from Selma to Montgomery signified a critical moment in race relations in the United States, and a monumental moment in American history. These marches, including “Bloody Sunday,” led directly to the 1965 Voting Rights Act, giving people of color a say in our governmental makeup. 

Selma, the film, is more relevant today then then it was just a mere few months ago. It’s no secret that there are protesters, the majority of whom are peaceful, that are currently on their own marches around the country. Tens of thousands of people of all races, shapes and sizes have come together to exercise their constitutional right to peacefully protest in the wave of deaths of unarmed people of color at the hands of law enforcement.”

Check out the full article “Selma Is More Relevant Than Ever” by Kyle McMahon on Huffington Post.

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