Why Privileged People Love Quoting MLK

MartinandMalcolm

If you’re outspoken on the issue of race, chances are, at one point or another, you’ve had a conversation with a so-called “pacifist” who has cited Martin Luther King. King was nonviolent, they say, so would-be revolutionaries should be patient and think about how they’re pursuing racial justice.

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Why I Could #FloodWallStreet, but Refused to #Occupy It

Flood Wall Street

To dismiss #floodwallstreet would also mean ignoring people like me.

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A Nonviolent Uprising

Nonviolence

This nonviolent uprising has been incredible to watch. A slow, steady, disciplined movement in Ferguson has caught the world’s attention.

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Labor Day Lessons: What I’ve Learned From Workers About Hope For Our Times

Mcdonalds

This summer, I marched with McDonald’s workers from three dozen cities to the company’s corporate headquarters outside of Chicago.

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Vincent Harding Built up a New World

Vincent Harding

MAY 29, 2014 | BY: DEE DEE RISHER — My mentor, my holy man, my history teacher, and my friend died Monday, May 19th. Vincent Harding…

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Now on the Red Carpet: John Perkins

John Perkins

AUGUST 26, 2013 | BY: MARGOT STARBUCK — Today we have the privilege of chatting with John Perkins, one of the leading evangelical…

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Peace of Mind and the Prophetic Pursuit of Peace and Justice

Peace Of Mind

AUGUST 5, 2013 | BY: CRAIG M. WATTS — I have to confess: I have conflicted feelings about peace of mind. Don’t get me wrong. I’m not…

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