A Testament of Hope: The Essential Writings and Speeches of Martin Luther King, Jr Chapter Abstracts for Teachers

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Nonviolence and Racial Justice | The Most Durable Power

• Nonviolence is not for cowards and seeks to win the understanding of the opponent.

• In the battle for freedom and justice, it's best to be disciplined and dignified.

The Power of Nonviolence | An Experiment in Love

• Nonviolence arouses a sense of shame and builds reconciliation rather than humiliation or defeat.

• Most protesters did not see their actions as nonviolence, rather as an expression of Christian love.

Speech before the Youth March for Integrated Schools | The American DreamMy Trip to the Land of Gandhi

• Dr. King declared the audience would be a generation of integration.

• Dr. King went to India to see effects of nonviolence.

The Social Organization of Nonviolence | Pilgrimage to Nonviolence

• Dr. King makes another argument for nonviolence.

• Segregation also affected the poor whites.

Suffering and Faith | Love, Law, and Civil Disobedience

• Personal suffering influences the life of Dr...

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