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"Time Again to Break the Silence" - Martin Luther King's Revolutionary Vision with Dr.

Saturday, March 08, 2008
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Event Type:
Coleen Douglas
Location Details:
Inner Light Ministries, 5630 Soquel Drive, Soquel, CA 95073

A day-long workshop with Dr. Vincent Harding, confidante and coworker of Martin Luther King, Jr. Harding helped write King's famous speech, "Time to Break the Silence: A Declaration of Independence from the War in Vietnam," announcing his opposition to the War in Vietnam on April 4, 1967. King was assassinated one year later to the day. This day-long event will include an examination of King's address and interaction with Vincent Harding. Hosted by Pastor Deborah Johnson and others. Cosponsored by the Resource Center for Nonviolence.
Added to the calendar on Wed, Jan 9, 2008 3:47PM
§March 8 Symposium -- Time Again to Break the Silence
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Inner Light Ministries is proud to host
an extraordinary community dialogue and symposium entitled

Time Again to Break the Silence

Sat, March 8 from 8:30am to 9pm [3 sessions: 8:30-noon, 1:30-5:30, 7:30-9pm]
at the Inner Light Center, 5630 Soquel Drive, Soquel, CA 95073.

Our special guest will be Dr. Vincent Harding,
a colleague of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
and author of King’s Beyond Vietnam speech.
Dr. Harding joins Rev. Deborah Johnson and Dr. Liza Rankow, plus a host of small group facilitators, in helping our community
grapple with questions King posed to us in his 1967 speech, such as
What does it mean to be a spiritual person
and a U.S. citizen at the same time?
This year marks the 40th anniversary of King's assassination,
April 4, 1968, one year to the day after he gave the
Beyond Vietnam speech at Riverside Church in New York City.
[Printed and audio versions of the speech can be previewed at:]

Gospel choirs from Inner Light and UCSC will add musical inspiration.
Advance registration is requested and available at Suggested donation $25-$100 with lunch provided for an additional $10, or feel free to bring a bag lunch that does not require heat or refrigeration. Please contribute whatever you can, whether more or less than the suggested donation.

Co-sponsors for the March 8 event include Ow Family Properties, the Resource
Center for Nonviolence, Barrios Unidos, Bob Fitch Photo, GI Rights Hotline,
Nonviolent Communication Santa Cruz, and OneLife Institute ( Oakland ). This
symposium is being offered in conjunction with A Season for Nonviolence, a project
of the Association for Global New Thought which celebrates the nonviolent
activism of Gandhi, King, and Cesar Chavez.

Please visit our website for complete information and online registration:
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