Martin Luther King speaks to Unitarians

This Sunday: In May 1966, Martin Luther King, Jr., gave the Ware Lecture to the General Assembly, the annual meeting of the Unitarian Universalist Association. It was a turbulent time — only a year after the Selma to Montgomery march, and the death of UU minister James Reeb following the march. The Voting Rights Act had passed the previous year, and King was turning his efforts to end discrimination in housing and employment. Brian Rogers will present excerpts from King’s lecture to UUs. Speaker: Brian Rogers, Lay Leader: Jeanne Olson, Music: Susan Grace.