For tens of thousands of Americans marching, the time is now to end police brutality.

For Oprah Winfrey, a producer on the upcoming Martin Luther King Jr. movie Selma, which picked up four Golden Globe nominations Thursday, a mainstream conversation has been ignited because the nation is now paying attention.

During a call Sunday to discuss Selma (in select theaters Christmas Day, opening wide Jan. 9), Winfrey told USA TODAY that outrage over the deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner has served as a national wake-up call.

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