On their 50th anniversary, drop by the Centre for Ethics during the week before Reading Week to listen to, “watch,” and reflect on Martin Luther King, Jr.’s powerful and still resonant 1967 Massey Lectures. For a preview, see here.
Canada is not merely a neighbor to Negroes. Deep in our history of struggle for freedom Canada was the north star.
So standing today in Canada I am linked with the history of my people and its unity with your past. (Lecture 1)
Schedule (subject to change):
- Monday, February 13: Lecture 1 (“Impasse in Race Relations”)
- Tuesday, February 14: Lecture 2 (“Conscience and the War in Vietnam”)
- Wednesday, February 15: Lecture 3 (“Youth and Social Action”)
- Thursday, February 16: Lecture 4 (“Nonviolence and Social Change”)
12:00 PM - 01:00 PM
Room 200, Larkin Building
15 Devonshire Place