Martin Luther King Jr.'s Path To Nonviolence

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Mon, 01/15/2018 - 8:00am to 9:00am
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Peace Talks Radio: The Series on Peacemaking and Nonviolent Conflict Resolution

 

Two women with very close ties to Martin Luther King Jr. reflect on how King developed into one of the great moral and political philosophers of the 20th century and how his philosophies might still guide the world through troubled times today. Dr. Dorothy Cotton was the highest ranking female in the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, founded by Dr. King. From 1960 to 1972 Dr. Cotton was the educational director for SCLC and worked very closely with Dr. King. The late Yolanda King was the eldest daughter of Dr. King. She was an internationally known motivational speaker and actress whose personal mission in life was to inspire positive social change and world peace. Ms. King died in May of 2007 at the age of 51. Ms. King and Dr. Cotton were interviewed separately in 2004 by phone by show host Carol Boss. The entire program includes about 15 minutes of excerpts from talks by Dr. King, along with music by U2 ("Pride in The Name of Love") and 1960's recordings by the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee Freedom Singers.

Peace Talks Radio, the series on peacemaking and nonviolent conflict resolution explores the art and science of peacemaking. The programs consider examples of effective peacemaking in our history, and feature people with ideas about how to make peace in our daily lives - within ourselves and in our circles of common experience - our families, our neighborhoods, our schools, our workplaces. Some episodes also look at ways to address challenges to peace between nations around the globe. Peace Talks Radio is produced by the non-profit media organization Good Radio Shows, Inc.  

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