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Season for Nonviolence 2013: February 8

  February 8 King cofounded SCLC to save America’s soul Then (Montgomery, Alabama, 1957) After the Supreme Court ruled that the Montgomery Bus Boycott was legal (and that racial discrimination was illegal), King co-founded the Southern Christian Leadership Conference to fight segregation and achieve civil…

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08 Feb 2013 Posted by aura in News archive no comments

Season for Nonviolence 2013: February 6

  February 6 Gandhi helped organize the Natal Indian Congress Then (Natal, South Africa, 1894) Suffering severe racial discrimination in the British colony, Gandhi and other Indians founded The Natal Indian Congress in August 1894, 13 months after Gandhi’s arrival in South Africa. It was…

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06 Feb 2013 Posted by aura in News archive no comments

Season for Nonviolence 2013: February 5

  February 5 King was arrested for allegedly speeding during the Montgomery Bus Boycott Then (Montgomery, Alabama, 1955-56) Within days of becoming president of the Montgomery Improvement Association, King began getting death threats every day. After five weeks, he was arrested for speeding and thought…

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05 Feb 2013 Posted by aura in News archive no comments
Community Dialogue on Violence and Our Culture

Community Dialogue on Violence and Our Culture

In the wake of recent shooting deaths in Delray Beach, as well as the Sandy Hook tragedy, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church plans to host a Community Dialogue on Violence and Our Culture. Co-sponsors include St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church, Temple Sinai, and Auroras Voice. What Community…

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04 Feb 2013 Posted by aura in News archive no comments

Season for Nonviolence 2013: February 4

  February 4 King speaks at Holt Street Baptist Church during the Montgomery Bus Boycott Then (Montgomery, Alabama, 1955) Martin Luther King was still new to Montgomery when Rosa Parks was arrested. The success of a one-day boycott of the segregated bus system prompted local…

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04 Feb 2013 Posted by aura in News archive no comments