Protected: The Non-Violent State: Du Bois’ Dark Princess in Light of Ahimsa

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Letter to the students and faculty of Vanderbilt Divinity School about the expulsion of James Lawson, March 15, 1960

March 15, 1960 To the Faculty and Students of the Vanderbilt University Divinity School: We, faculty members and students of the Yale University Divinity School Association, are deeply concerned with the events that have recently placed you in a position of difficult decision and decisive witness. We fully support you in your protests against theContinue reading “Letter to the students and faculty of Vanderbilt Divinity School about the expulsion of James Lawson, March 15, 1960”

In Search Of Satyagraha: Richard Gregg, Gandhi, and King’s Pilgrimage to Nonviolence

Dr. King imprisoned for his leadership of the Montgomery bus boycott, 1956 In the following letter to Richard Bartlett Gregg (1885-1974), a white American pacifist and social theorist, presents his thoughts on Gandhi had a significant influence on Martin Luther King Jr., the leader of the American Civil Rights movement responds to an offer ofContinue reading “In Search Of Satyagraha: Richard Gregg, Gandhi, and King’s Pilgrimage to Nonviolence”