Understanding the Legacy of Dr. King
“We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly.” ~ Martin Luther King, Jr., Letter from a Birmingham Jail
Stephanie Knox Cubbon, our education director, interviews Dr. Clayborne Carson, professor of history and director of the Martin Luther King Research Institute at Stanford. Dr. Carson answers some crowd-sourced questions about the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr.
The audio was recorded on location, in a garden in Palo Alto, CA. You will hear some of the normal sounds that one might while sitting outside, including blue jays, airplanes and a neighbor’s dog.
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- What are similarities and differences between King and Gandhi’s leadership styles?
- How did King deal with people who were not committed to nonviolence?
- Who was King outside of professional life?
- What was King like as a father and husband?
- How did King define nonviolence?
- Was King’s approach to nonviolence unique?
- Letter From a Birmingham Jail
- What was the relationship between Malcolm X and MLK?
- How did King get his start in nonviolence?
- What do you most want people to know about Dr. King?
- Who was the “Radical” King?
- What would King be working on if he were alive today?
- What was King’s leadership style?