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September 21, 2023   •   

Bells Toll and Shofars Blow in Memory of Four Innocents Who Lost Their Lives to Hate

In memory of the deaths of Denise McNair, Cynthia Wesley, Carole Robertson, and Addie Mae Collins

January 16, 2023   •   

What Would Martin Luther King Jr. Say to Us Today?

“Naturally, I believe in changing the heart,“ he said. “I happen to be a Baptist preacher and that puts me in the heart-changing business...”

March 9, 2022   •   

At 90, Andrew Young Continues to View Life Through the Lens of a Pastor

Young is celebrating his 90th birthday with a four-day celebration March 9–12 dedicated to “peace and reconciliation.”

January 17, 2022   •   

Integrity, Courage and Passion Inform Dr. King’s Letter, Written in a Lonely Jail Cell in Birmingham

In 1963, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was jailed and held in solitary confinement for eight days along with other organizers of the Good Friday nonviolent protest. Their purpose was to draw attention to intolerable and unchanging conditions in Birmingham, Alabama.

February 28, 2021   •   

Black History Month, the Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and His Message for Our Times

Eight years before Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his famous speech where he shared his dream for America, that dream was born in the city of Montgomery, Alabama.