Solitary confinement in prison can be a shattering psychological experience, one often used to break the spirit of those imprisoned. For Martin Luther King, Jr., solitary confinement served not only to further forge the character of this civil rights leader, but resulted in one of the signature documents of the civil rights movement . . .
Birmingham Revolution: Martin Luther King Jr.'s Epic Challenge to the Church
How do you remember Martin Luther King, Jr? Last year I asked my elementary aged kids whether the cover of their MLK booklets depicted Martin Luther King, Jr., preaching. They wondered why. Apparently, they hadn’t learned about Martin Luther King, Jr., as a Reverend. An educational moment which inspired further conversation. How do you remember, […]