King of Controversy:
Martin Luther King Jr. when the issues weren’t so Black and White
Led by Rev. Patrick Messer.
Wednesdays, January 16, 23 & 30, 6:45-7:30pm, Mayflower Hall. Open to all.
America’s resistance to the Civil Rights Movement did not reach its peak during the famous battles for desegregation and voting rights. It was the “next phase” of the movement that made King enemy #1 to people in all regions of the country including many of his friends. This January, come get swept up in King’s controversial Christian vision of how nonviolence could transform American wealth and war.
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