Most of us are familiar with the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King’s strong stance on racial equality. But over the course of his life, Dr. King became increasingly aware and vocal about how the most stubborn obstacles in this country were more economic than racial. Join us as we explore the lasting implications of King’s analysis of class in our country. Music by the Fellowship Choir.
“Expanding Moral Imagination”, Brigitta Vieyra
“Martin Luther King and the Struggle for Economic Justice”, Rev. Lydia Ferrante-Roseberry