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Vincent Harding on the Democratic Spirit
Installment 1 — Beyond Civil Rights: Building Spiritual Democracy

In Part 1 of the first installment of our video conversation on the democratic spirit, Vincent Harding explains why the phrase "civil rights movement" is inadequate to capture the deep spiritual yearning and fierce moral determination that characterized what he calls the Black-led freedom movement of 1950s and 60s America.*

View Installment 1 Videos

Part 1: Beyond civil rights: building spiritual democracy (5:31)
Part 2: Beyond civil rights: building spiritual democracy (5:04)

View Installment 2 Videos
Part 1: The inconvenient hero, Martin Luther King (8:27)
Part 2: The unexpected shapers of American freedom (5:51)

View Installment 3 Videos
Part 1: Love and the struggle for social transformation (5:45)
Part 2: Overcoming resistance to love (4:49)

View Installment 4 Video
The work of humankind has just begun (5:12)



* Friend and confidant of Dr. King, Vincent Harding is Professor Emeritus of Religion and Social Transformation at the Iliff School of Theology in Denver and chairperson and co-founder of the Veterans of Hope project.


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