Tuesday, April 3, 2018

MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.: REMEMBERING, BY LEARNING

To mark the Fiftieth Anniversary of King's assassination. . .

Trinity Church Wall Street is providing you, your family, your organization with a treasure trove of up-to-date material on Martin Luther King, Jr.  To navigate to this gift to America click here: Take Me to Wall Street. 

You'll discover a treasure: three videos exploring relationships between races, using materials by King as a basis.

These are video materials, so prepare your speakers or headphones to benefit yourself.

Also, if you want a personal story by myself, click here to pull up a posting by myself from a few months ago. It's based on my personal experience with King's mark-up manuscript for Why We Can't Wait.

Now, just as fifty years ago, King's marvelous vision of justice in America can help us.



                          King delivering the "I Have a Dream" speech at Lincoln Memorial

  Photo in the public domain as a work of the United States Federal 
Government under the terms of 17 U.S.C. § 105 via Wikimedia Commons






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