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In 1966 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., had a frank and powerful message for Unitarian Universalists (and everyone else): "Don't sleep through the revolution."
"The idea whose time has come today is the idea of freedom and human dignity, and so all over the world we see something of freedom explosion, and this reveals to us that we are in the midst of revolutionary times. An older order is passing away and a new order is coming into being. . . . . The role of the church [is] to broaden horizons, to challenge the status quo, and to question and break mores. . . . . The church has a major role to play in this period of social change . . . [it must] remain awake through this revolution."
As 2015 begins we find ourselves in an emerging revolutionary time.
The ever-growing Black Lives Matter movement will be taking bold action on this Martin Luther King, Jr., holiday to #ReclaimMLK.
1966 Ware Lecture: Don't Sleep Through the , by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Delivered by Dr. Martin Luther King. Jr.
at the Unitarian Universalist Association General Assembly
May 18, 1966
TEXT: "Don't Sleep Through the Revolution"
Tags: Racism & Ethnic Rights
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