READ MLK'S LETTER
As a young civil rights leader, Martin Luther King Jr. sat in a jail cell and wrote his stirring letter defending nonviolent resistance against racism. Sadly, his words still ring powerfully true today. His letter not only helps us to put current struggles in context, but also serves as a basis to start our own conversations about race, equality, and civil rights.
There won’t be easy answers. But as our world jolts from one crisis to the next, it’s critical that we take the time to step back, and learn from the moral leaders of the past. Thank you for taking this important first step.
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