Google Celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. Day With Doodle

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'Selma' director Ava DuVernay praised the tech company for its doodle.

Selma director Ava DuVernay thanked Google for its latest doodle, which honors Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

"Thank you, @Google, for saluting MLK and the Selma voting rights campaign today! The coolest," she wrote 

DuVernay also participated in an MTV campaign called #thetalk, appearing in a 30-second spot airing on the cable network. (See it here.) 

 

"We need to expand our minds to appreciate our differences. To be color-blind, is not a thing I don't think that one should boast about," she said. "See color and celebrate it. See our differences and celebrate it. When somebody says to me, 'I'm color-blind. I don't see color,' I'm thinking, 'You're missing out on a lot of beautiful colors.' "

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Her film Selma tells the backstory of Martin Luther King Jr.'s 1965 civil rights march in Alabama from Selma to Montgomery. 

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