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  1. Faith often fuels civil disobedience

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    March 3, 2011 by The Mormon Worker

    “We’ve got to quit raising our hand to sustain everything our government does.” – Ron Madsen Check out this article …
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  2. Tim Wise: We Twisted King’s Dream, So We Live With His Nightmare

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    January 18, 2011 by Kate Savage

    Reposted from ColorLines It’s been a rough year for Martin Luther King, Jr., and for his legacy. First, as has …
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  3. MLK, whiteness, and the legacy of slavery

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    January 20, 2010 by tristan savage

    The other day I went to a Martin Luther King Day candlelight vigil at the Vanderbilt Divinity School, where I …
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  4. MLK Jr. – When Silence is Betrayal

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    January 19, 2009 by J. Madson

    Martin Luther King Jr. was a prophet to me. He spoke out forcefully against the evils in society and lost …
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