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Dr. King and the Non Violence Movement


Mara Sirbu

on 7 March 2013

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Transcript of Dr. King and the Non Violence Movement

Gandhi's Influnce on MLK Malcolm X "Whatever means necessary" Uncle Tom No solutions Shared Experience Jail and Abuse Organized Power Racial Discrimination In his own words Religion Non-Violent Movement for Civil Rights in America Non Violent Resistance "As I read, I became deeply fascinated by his campaigns of nonviolent resistance. As I delved deeper into the philosophy of Gandhi, my skepticism concerning the power of love gradually diminished, and I came to see for the first time its potency in the area of social reform." "The experience in Montgomery," he was to explain later, "did more to clarify my thinking in regard to the question of nonviolence than all the books I had read. Nonviolence became more than a method to which I gave intellectual assent; it became a commitment to a way of life." Strategy Urgency to Commit to the Goal Emotions Inhibitors Activators Turning Emotion into Action Another Movement Leadership Creating purpose in the face of uncertainty Building Relationships
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