Adventist Peace Radio, Episode 21: Martin Luther King Jr's Legacy (Pt 1)

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In this episode, Jeff Boyd facilitates a conversation among co-leaders of the 2018 Andrews University Social Consciousness Summit, which was co-hosted by Adventists for Social Justice (ASJ). The Summit started on April 4, exactly 50 years since King was assassinated in 1968. To mark the anniversary, a group of us sat down together in a classroom to talk about King’s legacy.

Around the table:

Selfie Credit: Tiffany Llewellyn (Not pictured: Michael Nixon)

Selfie Credit: Tiffany Llewellyn (Not pictured: Michael Nixon)

Also, this episode is Part 1 of the conversation. Because our exchanged lasted over an hour and a half, I decided to split it between two episodes. I really hope you’ll tune in for Part 2, featuring Claudia Allen.


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