(Recorded Aug 20, 2013). View this recorded webinar at your convenience.
“What Will Become of the Dream?” In our continuing look at how 1963 was a turning point for the Civil Rights Movement, we reviewed the fascinating hidden history of this famous march, especially the role played by Bayard Rustin (at King’s right in picture). We were then joined by two special guests:
Rev. Osagyefou Sekou from Boston, long time activist, pastor and theologian, discusses how we can undomesticate King’s most famous moment and soundbytes; and
Tobias Pinkney, professor of Law at Medgar Evers University in Brooklyn, NY, responds.
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