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Tag Archives: Martin Luther King

03.09.20

COVID-19: A Moment of Moral Reckoning for Our Nation – and Ourselves

By Eric A. Friedman

Like with any crisis, COVID-19 will test who we are as individuals and a society. Will we be driven by our fears and our darker instincts, even prejudices? Or will we act with solidarity and empathy, looking out for one another, and being the best people we can be? This is, in a way, another […]

01.15.19

Teaching Dr. King, Teaching Ourselves

By Eric A. Friedman

Georgetown University has a tradition for Martin Luther King Jr. Day that we should all join. In 2013, Georgetown incorporated “Teach the Speech” into its “Let Freedom Ring!” Initiative. Now, each year, the university selects a Martin Luther King Jr. speech and, along with a teach-in open to all, encourages all faculty to incorporate the […]

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