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50 Voices for 50 Years

Category: social change

Defining the Dream

Each generation looks at history from a different perspective. As someone who came of age in the 1960s, I followed King’s agenda closely. When he urged young men to refuse the draft, I became a conscientious objector. When he called on us to confront racial and economic inequality, I went on a bus from Pontiac, Michigan, to join the Poor People’s Campaign mass march on June 12, 1968. As a Conscientious Objector, I even followed the King legacy down to Memphis. I worked there for... Read More
at Tuesday, October 24, 2017
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