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Conscience for Change (Massey Lecture Series)

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Pages   210
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 6.96" Width: 4.5" Height: 1.14"
Weight:   0.54 lbs.
Binding  Audio Cassette
Release Date   Feb 28, 2001
Publisher   Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC Audio)
ISBN  0660183293  
EAN  9780660183299  

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At the time of this broadcast Dr. Martin Luther King was co-pastor, with his father of Ebenexer Bapist Church in Atlanta, Georgia, and president and one of the founders of the Sounthern Christian Leadership Conference. He was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1964 and received more than 250 citations for his work in civil rights. He was selected by Time as "Man of the Year" in 1963. Born in Altanta, Georgia in 1929, he obtained degrees at Morehouse College and Crozer Theological Seminary after which he undertook further studies at the Universities of Pennsylvania and Harvard and obtained a Ph.D. degree in Systematic Theology from Boston University. He Lectured extensively, and was the author of many books.

The Massey Lectures begun in 1961 by the CBC to enables distinguished authorities in fields of general interest and importance to present the results of original study or research. This Lecture has not been heard since 1967.

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Great set of speeches  Jan 27, 2008
This is a set of 5 tapes which includes Dr. King's 4 talks that were part of the Massey Lecture series in Canada and his 1967 Christmas Eve sermon he gave at his church in Atlanta. The tapes also include a couple of panel discussions. These discussions are reactions to Dr. King's speeches. One of the discussions is between two academics and their views of Dr. King's protests against the Vietnam War. The other discussion is a larger group and it focuses on race relations in Canada and the U.S. For people who are only familiar with Dr. King's "I have a Dream" speech, the four lectures may be disappointing because they are lectures and, as such, they are not delivered in the manner that many people associate with King. However, the lectures are great if you want to understand Dr. King's thinking during this time period because he goes into great detail outlining the justifications for his views on the Vietnam war, the War on Poverty, and racism. In my view, the 1967 Christmas Eve sermon is one of Dr. King's best speeches ever. It is certainly better than the Nobel Prize acceptance speech and, I think, the April 4, 1967 anti-war speech that he gave (what many historians identify as his first major anti-war speech). In this sermon, King elaborates on his theme of the interconnectedness of all people, but he also has a sequence toward the end of the speech on "I watched this dream turn into a nightmare" which is amazing because you get a real sense of the dispair that Dr. King felt at times during the movement because the country just didn't seem to really understand what his philosophy of justice and nonviolence was all about. It is an amazing speech. I am glad that it is finally available for people to hear.
My only complaint is that this set is only available on cassette tape and not as a cd.

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