“In a Single Garment of Destiny”

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Jan 15, 2013

  • Paperback $16.00

    Jan 14, 2014 | 256 Pages

  • Hardcover $26.95

    Jan 15, 2013 | 272 Pages

  • Ebook $26.95

    Jan 15, 2013

Praise

“Baldwin’s readable, thoughtful, and fresh compilation gives full voice to King’s belief that “[a]ll inhabitants of the globe are now neighbors.”—Publishers Weekly

Table Of Contents

General Introduction
Editor’s Note
 
PART I
ALL OF GOD’S CHILDREN:
        TOWARD A GLOBAL VISION OF HUMAN LIBERATION Introduction
 
Chapter 1
“The Vision of a World Made New”
—Speech by Martin Luther King, Jr.
Annual Meeting of the Women’s Convention Auxiliary
National Baptist Convention
St. Louis, Missouri
9 September 1954
 
“The World House”
—Statement from Martin Luther King, Jr.,
Where Do We Go from Here: Chaos or Community? (1967)
167-173
 
Chapter 2
“Revolution and Redemption”
—Address by Martin Luther King, Jr.
European Baptist Assembly
Amsterdam, Holland
16 August 1964
 
PART II
CONFRONTING THE COLOR BAR:
OVERCOMING RACISM AS A WORLD PROBLEM
 
Introduction
 
Chapter 3
“Declaration of Conscience”
—Joint Statement on South African Apartheid by Martin Luther King, Jr.,
Bishop James A. Pike, and Eleanor Roosevelt
Under the Auspices of the American Committee on Africa (ACOA)
New York, New York
July, 1957
 
“Appeal for Action Against Apartheid”
—Joint Statement on South African Apartheid by Martin Luther King, Jr.
and Chief Albert John Luthuli
Under the Auspices of the American Committee on Africa (ACOA)
July, 1962
 
“South African Independence”
—Speech by Martin Luther King, Jr.
London, England
7 December 1964
 
“On the World Taking a Stand on Rhodesia”
—Comment by Martin Luther King, Jr.
Paris, France
25 October 1965
 
Let My People Go”
—South Africa Benefit Speech by Martin Luther King, Jr.
Hunter College
New York, New York
10 December 1965
 
“Invitation to South Africa”
—Letter from Martin Luther King, Jr. to the South African Embassy
9 February 1966
 
“Racism and the World House”
—Statement from Martin Luther King, Jr.,
Where Do We Go from Here: Chaos or Community? (1967)
173-176
 
Chapter 4
“Invitation to Ghana”
—Statement by Martin Luther King, Jr.
Montgomery, Alabama
March, 1957
 
“The Birth of a Nation”
—Sermon by Martin Luther King, Jr.
Dexter Avenue Baptist Church
Montgomery, Alabama
7 April 1957
 
“Introduction to Southwest Africa: The U.N.’s Stepchild”
—Statement by Martin Luther King, Jr.
Published by the American Committee on Africa (ACOA)
October 1959
 
Chapter 5
“The Future of the Emergent African Nations and the American Negro”
—Speech by Martin Luther King, Jr.
Under the Auspices of the American Negro Leadership Conference on Africa (ANLCA)
Arden House
Harriman, New York
24 November 1962
 
“My Talk with Ben Bella”
—Statement by Martin Luther King, Jr.
New York Amsterdam News
New York, New York
27 October 1962
 
“The Negro Looks at Africa”
—Statement by Martin Luther King, Jr.
New York Amsterdam News
New York, New York
8 December 1962
 
PART III
BREAKING THE CHAINS OF COLONIALISM:
THE RISE OF PEOPLES OF COLOR IN THE THIRD WORLD
 
Introduction
 
Chapter 6
“The People of Africa are Struggling for Independence”
—Statement by Martin Luther King, Jr.
Dexter Avenue Baptist Church
Montgomery, Alabama
1959
 
“Palm Sunday Sermon on Mohandas K. Gandhi”
—Sermon by Martin Luther King, Jr.
Dexter Avenue Baptist Church
Montgomery, Alabama
22 March 1959
 
“My Trip to the Land of Gandhi”
—Article by Martin Luther King, Jr.
Ebony Magazine
July, 1959
 
“The Question of Untouchability”
—Comment by Martin Luther King, Jr.
11 March 1959

“Jawaharlal Nehru, a Leader in the Long Anti-Colonial Struggle”
—Article by Martin Luther King, Jr.
Nehru Centenary Volume
Atlanta, Georgia
8 February 1965
 
“The Middle East Question”
—Statement by Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC)
September, 1967
 
PART IV
FOR THE LEAST OF THESE:
THE GLOBAL WAR ON POVERTY
 
Introduction
 
Chapter 7
“The Octopus of Poverty”
—Statement by Martin Luther King, Jr.
The Mennonite
5 January 1965
 
“Poverty and the World House”
—Statement from Martin Luther King, Jr.
Where Do We Go from Here: Chaos or Community? (1967)
176-181
 
“Nonviolence and Social Change”
–Statement from Martin Luther King, Jr.
The Trumpet of Conscience (1968)
 
PART V
TO STUDY WAR NO MORE:
AN AFFIRMATION OF WORLD PEACE
 
Introduction
 
Chapter 8
“Address at the Thirty-Sixth Annual Dinner of the War Resister’s League”
—Speech by Martin Luther King, Jr.
New York, New York
2 February 1959
 
“The Greatest Hope for World Peace”
—Statements by Martin Luther King, Jr.
Prepared for Redbook Magazine
5 November 1964
 
“The Casualties of the War in Vietnam”
—Speech by Martin Luther King, Jr.
The National Institute
Beverly-Hilton Hotel
Los Angeles, California
25 February 1967
 
“A Time to Break Silence”
—Speech by Martin Luther King, Jr.
Clergy and Laity Concerned About Vietnam (CALC)
Riverside Church
New York, New York
4 April 1967
 
PART VI
TOWARD A POSITIVE PLURALISM:
INTERFAITH DIALOGUE AND GLOBAL COMMUNITY
 
Introduction
 
Chapter 9
“Christianity and African Religions”
—Statement by Martin Luther King, Jr.
Ebony Magazine
September, 1958
 
“I Have Never Been a Religious Bigot”
—Letter from Martin Luther King, Jr. to Mr. Bernard Resnikoff
Fairlawn, New Jersey
17 September 1961
 
“All the Great Religions of the World”
—Statements by Martin Luther King, Jr.
Prepared for Redbook Magazine
5 November 1964
 
“My Jewish Brother”
—Article by Martin Luther King, Jr.
New York Amsterdam News
New York, New York
26 February 1966
 
“Buddhists and Martyrs of the Civil Rights Movement”
—Joint Statement by Martin Luther King, Jr. and Thich Nhat Hanh
International Committee of Conscience on Vietnam
Nyack, New York
1966
 
 


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