King's Riverside Church speech explicitly argued that what America was doing across the world could not be morally segregated from what it was doing to African Americans.Read More »
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by Stephanie Van Hook Alycee Lane believes that the same spirit that guided Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s work can be awakened within us. And it can be found in a pledge. Not just any pledge. It’s a pledge that in the climax of the 1960s African American freedom struggle in Alabama included clear instructions, not just for how to ...Read More »
As we honor Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Fellowship of Reconciliation shares a compelling radio program exploring the spirituality of nonviolence, featuring FOR-USA Executive Director Rev. Kristin Stoneking.Read More »
“Nonviolence is the greatest force at the disposal of mankind. It is mightier than the mightiest weapon of destruction devised by the ingenuity of man.” – Gandhi?? The Peace Alliance encourages you to join the 2012 15th annual celebration of A Season for Nonviolence! This 64-day educational, media and grass roots campaign has spread to more than 900 cities and ...Read More »