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King’s Beloved Community vs. Trump’s Chaos

Towards the end of his tragically shortened life caused by the bullet of a white supremacist, Martin Luther King, Jr. questioned whether our world house was headed for chaos or community. He reminded the world of the “fierce urgency of … Continue reading

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One World House – The Sermon

http://www.1uc.org/publications/sermons-podcasts/sermon/107-one-house-world This link is the audio of a sermon I delivered at First Unitarian Church in Oklahoma City on October 27, 2013. Here is the manuscript: During the first year of my life, Martin Luther King, Jr. published an essay … Continue reading

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Systemic Approaches

Martin Luther King, Jr. understood that racism was not only a problem of individual attitudes and practices in society. He knew that is was also and more fundamentally a systemic problem. A whole network of systems, structures, laws, customs, and … Continue reading

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One World House

  During the first year of my life, Martin Luther King, Jr. published an essay titled “The World House” in which he called on all of us to work together to eradicate the evils of racism, poverty, and war. In … Continue reading

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