Midweek Edition, Multimedia Tues., VOLUME 3

Video: Martin Luther King, Jr. on War.

Why does no one today speak as boldly and as eloquently against the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan as Dr. King did against the Vietnam War? It’s amazing how relevant his message against American militarism is today — 40+ years later.

You need, I need and we all need to watch these videos and to be challenged by the faithful boldness of Dr. King.



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One Comment

  1. My favorite speech ever. It still relates to us even in this time. “Let us not wallow in the valley of despair…” 🙂