Seek Peace in the City and With Each Other

In 1958, Martin Luther King, Jr. made the following statement about the Civil Rights Movement: From the beginning a basic philosophy guided the movement. This guiding principle has since been referred to variously as nonviolent resistance, non-cooperation, and passive resistance. But in the first days of the protest none of these expressions was mentioned: the phrase most often heard was “Chris

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