“[T]his is the glory of America, with all of its faults. This is the glory of our democracy. . . . If we were trapped in the dungeon of a totalitarian regime we couldn’t do this. But the great glory of American democracy is the right to protest for right.”
Martin Luther King, Jr., December 5, 1955, speech given at the Holt Street Baptist Church during the Montgomery Bus Boycott
Monday, January 19 at 4 pm
Trustees Room in Alumni Hall
Join us for a lively conversation about race, history, citizenship, and the dynamics of a free state this Martin Luther King, Jr. day at 4 pm.