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Martin Luther King, Jr. - Political and Social Views

"Address at Public Meeting of the Southern Christian Ministers Conference of Mississippi"

Closing a two-day session on nonviolent resistance at Pearl Street AME Church, King praises Mississippi’s civil rights leaders who “have stood in this state like courageous Davids amid the giants of resistance and the Goliahs of injustice.”1 After reflecting on the current state of race relations, King outlines the responsibilities of African Americans interested in social change.

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