The Movement Makes Us Human: An Interview with Dr. Vincent Harding on Mennonites, Vietnam, and MLK

byJoanna ShenkForeword byClayborne Carson

January 11, 2018|
The Movement Makes Us Human: An Interview with Dr. Vincent Harding on Mennonites, Vietnam, and MLK by Joanna Shenk
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How is it that the person who created and defined the field of Black Studies and drafted Dr. Martin Luther King Jr's prophetic Beyond Vietnam speech needs an introduction, even in movement circles today? In this provocative and poignant interview, Dr. Vincent Harding reflects on the communities that shaped his early life, compelled him to join movements for justice, and sustained his ongoing transformation. He challenges those committed to justice today to consider the enduring power of nonviolent social change and to root out white supremacy in all of its forms. With his relentless commitment to education and relationship-building across lines of difference, Harding never doubted the capacity of people to create the world we need.

Title:The Movement Makes Us Human: An Interview with Dr. Vincent Harding on Mennonites, Vietnam, and MLKFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:January 11, 2018Publisher:Wipf and Stock PublishersLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1532635303

ISBN - 13:9781532635304

Appropriate for ages: All ages

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