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Martin Luther King and The Trumpet of Conscience for the 21st Century: King’s Call to Justice | Régine Jean-Charles

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Régine Jean-Charles, Director of Africana Studies, Dean’s Professor of Culture and Social Justice, and Professor of Africana Studies and Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies

Martin Luther King and The Trumpet of Conscience for the 21st Century: King’s Call to Justice explores Martin Luther King’s series of speeches, “The Trumpet of Con­science,” on the intertwined issues of racism, militarism, and materialism, in light of today’s urgent social movements, including the movement for Black lives, #MeToo, and prison abolition, each of which benefits from a faith-based, justice-centered response.

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