Engaging MLK’s Vision

FILE: The 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington on August 28, 1963 will be marked with remembrances and a march beginning on August 24.    MONTGOMERY, AL - MAY 13: Civil rights leader Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. delivers a sermon on May 13, 1956 in Montgomery, Alabama. (Photo by Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images)

The legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. ought to endure and advance our culture today. On this special episode of Everyday Theology, Aaron sits down with Ray Allen, Director of Multicultural Affairs at Southeastern University, to discuss how the church should actively progress MLK’s dream beyond the holiday we recognize today.

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Love for All is Freedom for All

Black History Month for me had been an annual moment in February of reflection on the historical accomplishments of African American men and women who had achieved great accomplishments in history. It was a time of celebration because so much had been accomplished for men and women of color with abolition of slavery, the civil rights era, desegregation of schools, voter’s rights, and the list goes on. Lest we celebrate too quickly, there is a human dignity that Dr. King expressed that we the American people are still seeking today.

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