I find it always worthwhile–KSH.
The speech Dr. King gave at Illinois Wesleyan February 10, 1966 is my favorite and shows his heart for Jesus Christ like no other. He was Christian first and political second.
Link here: http://www.iwu.edu/newsrelease06/KingSpeech1.shtml
I like the quote:
“But be assured that we will wear you down by our capacity to suffer. And one day we will win our freedom but we will not only win freedom for ourselves. We will so appeal to your heart and your conscience, that we will win you in the process. And our victory will be a double victory.”
This is the essence of Christian character.
I love the speech…I wish it would actually be that way. No more affirmative action.
The single greatest beneficiaries of Affirmative action since the 1970’s have been white females (check out the stats) and guess to whom 99% of them are married.
So that makes official government racism and sexism, in the form of affirmative action, right?
RE: “The single greatest beneficiaries of Affirmative action since the 1970â€™s have been white females . . . ”
Yes — what a disgrace. And of course, it does the reputation of the competent and able of my sex no good either.