I Have a Dream: Martin Luther King Jr. and the Future of Multicultural America

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James Echols
Fortress Press - Social Science - 102 pages
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Forty years after Martin Luther King Jr.'s epic speech, and nearly fifty years since the Montgomery Bus Boycott, seven leading religious and theological voices from the African American and multi-cultural community assess the past impact and present import of King's bold, yet in many respects unfulfilled, vision.

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Contents: King's vision of America : an ethical assessment / Peter J. Paris -- The poor people's campaign of 1968 : King's dream unfulfilled or unfinished? / Linda E. Thomas -- From prophetic ... Read full review

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