Schiller Institute Conference: Martin Luther King and the American Presidency

Join us LIVE at 1pm EST on Monday, January 18. This event happens on the anniversary weekend commemorating the birthdays of both. Founding Father Benjamin Franklin, the leading scientist of the eighteenth century and the intellectual leader of the American Revolution, admonished his posterity that they had been given “a Republic, if you can keep it.” The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, America’s leading advocate in the 20th century for the fulfillment of the United States' Constitution through non-violent direct action, sought to do that, and succeeded. Now, it is our turn. Let us use this doubly significant occasion to reject toxic partisanship in favor of the measured, dispassionate examination of grievous violations of the national public trust that have been not only alleged but also documented by those in our nation that are often voiceless.

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  • David Dobrodt
    published this page in Home 2021-01-18 01:17:02 -0500