Martin Luther King Day is not until Monday. But today would have been his 86th birthday. His life’s work has also been getting some renewed attention, thanks to the new film "Selma." It’s a film that’s raised a lot of new discussions about where we stand with race relations today.

Peniel Joseph, director of Tufts University’s Center for the Study of Race and Democracy, discussed complaints about the representation of Lyndon B. Johnson, the movement the created "Selma," and why he thinks it's the best film ever made about the civil rights movement.