Dr. MLKJr Day reflection on cross-racial relationships and collaborations
Updated: Apr 30
Regarding the number, sincerity and depth of cross-racial relationships and collaborations in America, let each one examine her, their or himself to determine what action steps you have, could have or should have taken since the last MLKjr Holiday to further the cause of “equal justice under law” for which so many have bled and died, including the diverse trio of Mississippi Freedom Summer volunteers, James Chaney, Andrew Goodman and Michael Schwerner who worked together on registering black voters and were murdered together in June 1964. Click to listen to YouTube playlist containing 10 “Freedom Songs—Diverse Voices” to inspire your reflection and your leadership in this LONG journey towards equal justice under law: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLL5OlCz6Y0Uk2KUbYug9s_I155TuciC2-
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