King attends a mass meeting, which concludes the MIA institute at Old Ship AME Zion Church.
King and other leaders gather in the evening to discuss nonviolence with Rustin.
King delivers “Nonviolence and Racial Justice” at the Friends General Conference in Cape May, New Jersey.
In Asilomar, California, King speaks on “Freedom Through Non-Violence” at the American Friends Service Committee’s Conference on Civil Liberties for High School Students.
At Broughton High School in Raleigh, North Carolina, King delivers “Non-Violence and Racial Justice” on behalf of the United Church of Raleigh.
King introduces the main speaker, Gandhian disciple Kaka Kalelkar, at an MIA mass meeting at Mt. Zion AME Zion Church.
King delivers the church anniversary sermon at Dexter and later addresses the concluding assembly of the MIA’s Third Annual Institute on Non-Violence and Social Change at First Baptist Church.
At St. John AME Church King participates in an evening seminar, “Non-Violent Resistance,” during the MIA annual institute.
King delivers the annual address at the MIA’s Third Annual Institute on Non-Violence and Social Change at Mt. Zion AME Zion Church.