Blog : Baltimore

Dr. King wrote about white leadership and how the majority of Black political leaders don’t ascend to prominence with mass support. But of course this just doesn’t only apply to Black political leaders — activist, talking heads and other spokesperson types fit this description as well.

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The hard fact is that peacemaking it not about making nice. Peacemaking is rooted in equitable power distribution. It requires putting things in place that will establish long-term peace, justice, and security in hopes of avoiding future conflict.

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Michael McBride is director of the advocacy campaign Live Free, which is part of the PICO National Network, a faith-based organizing group. He is pastor of The Way Christian Center in Berkeley, Calif.

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Tune in to hear the latest episode of Podcast For a Just World. This week  Rev. Dr. Velda Love and Rev. Tracy Howe Wispelwey talk with Jamye Wooten, the creator of #BlackChurchSyllabus and #MLK2BAKER

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Rev. Dr. Heber Brown, III, pastor and co-founder of Baltimore United for Change, speaks to Ari Melber host of The Beat With Ari Melber

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Before we get down to sorting out how to reduce violence, I am suggesting that we must tackle a far more difficult question: Who, exactly, has the right to be violent?

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This video features remarks by Baltimore City Council President Bernard C. “Jack” Young in front of City Hall, Rev. Cortly C.D. Witherspoon, of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, speaking to the crowd from a balcony on the outside of City Hall and Jamye Wooten of KineticsLive.com The video is shot by Chip Dizard, an instructor […]

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