- What are the qualities of leadership we need to explore?
- Why is the movement of the twenty-first century different from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries’?
- How do we energize the movement for revolution locally and nationally?
The author and activist bell hooks is quoted saying, “If we want a beloved community, we must stand for justice, have recognition for difference without attaching difference to privilege.” And in a 1974 article, professors Kenneth L. Smith and Ira G. Zepp Jr. said that underlying Dr. Martin Luther King’s notion of the “Beloved Community” is the assumption that “human existence is social in nature”: often expressed in Dr. King’s phrasing “‘the solidarity of the human family.…
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