How 'Selma' portrays brutality of violence
Ava DuVernay's "Selma" chronicles a brutal chapter in America's history. She speaks to Melissa Harris-Perry about how she chose to manage the violence the film portrays. Elizabeth Alexander, Mychal Denzel Smith and Julian Zelizer also join to discuss.
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