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as manager of the King Estate.)
Let's Give the Dream New Life
Charles GilmerPersistent recurrences of racial incidents and the
public debate over welfare reform and affirmative action continue to engage the
American consciousness with the question of race. What has become of Martin Luther
The Truth About Jesus
Charles GilmerDevotion to Jesus has been a large part of the
African-American experience. The black church has been and continues to be a
powerful force in the African-American community. But many are questioning the propriety of
African Americans following Jesus. Should black people follow this Jesus?
Fisher of Men
Herbert H. Toler, Jr.The alienation of African-American men from the
churches of their communities is perhaps the single greatest tragedy facing black America.
"While 75 percent of the mosque is male, 75 percent of the black church is female,"
laments Jawanza Kunjufu, author of Adam Where Are You?: Why Most Black Men
Don't Go to Church.
Paul's Letter to American Christians
Dr. King's imaginary letter from the pen of the Apostle Paul.(November, 4, 1956)
Loving Your Enemies
Sermon delivered at Dexter Avenue Baptist Church, Montgomery, Alabama.(November 17, 1957)
Letter from the Birmingham Jail
Dr. King's famous letter to fellow clergymen.(April 16, 1963)
Address at March on Washington
Dr. King's famous "I Have a Dream" speech.(August 28, 1963)
I See The Promised Land
Dr. King's last sermon, also known as "I've Been To The Mountaintop."(April 3, 1968)
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