Clovice Lewis, Jr. returns to UUCC on January 17th with a sermon entitled “Martin and Malcolm Were Both Right.” People often tend to compare Martin Luther King, Jr.’s approach towards the Civil Rights movement in the United States with Malcolm X’s approach. Some feel our country “dodged a bullet” by taking King’s non-violent path. Many of us are aware that both men expressed very nuanced opinions that contradicted the public perceptions of their positions. This sermon examines how those nuances speak powerfully to the historical confluences that shape our racial challenges to this day.
Toe-tapping music will be provided by Mo Robinson and Shauna Pickett-Gordon.
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