Blog : MLK

There’s no doubt that Martin King was a prophet who tapped into—and passed on—great power. It’s up to us to show wisdom in drawing on that power today.

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Rev. Nikia Smith Robert is the founder of Reverend Daughter Ministries where she provides faith-based social justice ministry through radical preaching, teaching and social activism.

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Willie Dwayne Francois III serves as Senior Pastor of Mount Zion Baptist Church in Pleasantville, New Jersey (Atlantic City) and co-chair of the Theological Working Group of the Black Church Center for Justice and Equality.

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Mama Itihari talks about the role of Spirit work in community building.

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The Rev. Dr. Teresa L. Smallwood, associate director and postdoctoral fellow of the Vanderbilt Divinity School Public Theology and Racial Justice Collaborative calls for a new vision for policing. #PublicTheology

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Rev. Dr. Kelly Brown Douglas speaks on the violence that violence creates as a part of the #MLKGlobal- Curating Global Voices Project

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Following the 50th anniversary of Dr Martin Luther King Jr’s death, Dr William Ackah from Birkbeck University in London, England looks at how the civil rights leader was shaped by black churches, communities and institutions, and asks why there has been no equivalent figure in Britain. #MLKGlobal

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