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Vincent Harding on the Democratic Spirit
Installment 2 — King’s True Legacy & the Unexpected Shapers of American Freedom

In Installment 2 of our video conversation on the democratic spirit, Dr. Harding illuminates the challenging legacy of Martin Luther King and the thousands of lesser-known persons who — despite their historically marginalized status — put their lives on the line to expand freedom and democracy in 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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