Adult education


Adult Ed:  Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “Letter from Birmingham Jail”


In our second session on July 18th, we will begin our deep dive into Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King’s “Letter from Birmingham Jail” as we read and discuss the first half, pages 1-5. Dr. King explains that he is in Birmingham because injustice is there, why Birmingham needs nonviolent direction action, and the steps necessary for a nonviolent campaign of civil disobedience.


 There is no book to purchase for this class. For this second session please read:

From the first session:

The White Ministers' Law and Order Statementn Appeal for Law and order and Common Sense (April 12, 1963)

A series of discussion questions to think about for class. 


We will meet in person at 10:45 a.m., while also having the following Zoom link.

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