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What Martin Luther King Jr.'s Philosophy Of Righteousness Means For Us Today21:34
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Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. often taught and spoke of righteousness — an outrage about, and response to, deep moral injury. In the depth of those teachings, he embraced righteous anger while exhorting righteous love. As we struggle though arguably one of the most divided times in our nation, Wellesley College assistant professor Kellie Carter Jackson and Harvard University assistant professor Brandon Terry explore the righteousness Dr. King taught and practiced and ask what it means for our moment.

This segment aired on January 20, 2020.

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