Participants in the 2018 Social Consciousness Summit at Andrews University sat down to discuss Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s legacy as a way of paying tribute 50 years after his assassination on April 4, 1968. The conversation included Claudia Allen (PhD student in Literature), Garrison Hayes (AU Campus Ministries), Jason O’Rourke (Chaplain, FL), Tiffany Llewellyn (Adventists for Social Justice), Wale Adepoju (Adventists for Social Justice), Alisa Williams (Spectrum), and myself (APF, AToday & AU Research).
This episode is Part 2 of the conversation. Because our exchanged lasted over an hour and a half, I decided to split it between two episodes.
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