Selma, director Ava DuVernay’s biopic about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., is free to watch and rent on streaming services for the month of June.

A Paramount says, “We hope this small gesture will encourage people throughout the country to examine our nation’s history and reflect on the ways that racial injustice has infected our society,”

Selma stars David Oyelowo as King and received a Best Picture Oscar nomination. In a four-star review, film critic Lou Lumenick called Selma Hollywood’s definitive depiction of the 1960s American civil rights movement.

You can find the film on all major services to rent or stream for free. Some of the services include Prime Video, Apple TV, Youtube, and Google Play.

Paramount’s move follows Warner Bros. making its 2019 drama “Just Mercy” available for no charge on rental platforms in the wake of protests over the death of George Floyd.