Reclaiming the great world house : the global vision of Martin Luther King Jr. / Vicki L. Crawford and Lewis V. Baldwin, editors ; foreword by Robert M. Franklin.

Athens : University of Georgia Press [2019]
1 online resource (390 p.).
Morehouse College King Collection series on civil & human rights
The Morehouse College King Collection Series on Civil & Human Rights

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King, Martin Luther, Jr., 1929-1968 -- Philosophy.
Human rights -- Social aspects.
Human rights and globalization.
Part I. Creative Living in the Great World House: The Vision of Martin Luther King Jr. in Context
Where We Were Then
For the Beauty of the World: Vision and Moral Order in Martin Luther King Jr.'s World House / Victor Anderson and Teresa Delgado
The Scourge of the Color Bar: Racism as a Barrier to Human Community / Larry O. Rivers
For the Least of These: The Scandal of Poverty in the World House / Gary S. Selby
Living by the Sword: The Haunting Spectacle of Violence and Human Destruction / Rufus Burrow Jr.
Sexism in the World House: Women and the Global Vision of Martin Luther King Jr. / Crystal A. deGregory and Lewis V. Baldwin
Part II. Surviving in the Contemporary World House: The Enduring Threats
Where We Are Now
Plenty Good Room: Martin Luther King Jr.'s Vision of the World House and the Ethical Question of Global Leadership / Walter E. Fluker
The Rising Significance of Class: The Haves and the Have-Nots in the World House / Nimi Wariboko
Martin Luther King Jr. and the Nonviolent Transformation of Global Conflict: Broadening Knowledge of Nonviolent Action in the Great World House / Mary E. King
Embracing Difference: Martin Luther King Jr.'s World House Vision as a Teaching Resource for Women and Queer Liberation / Amy E. Steele, Vicki L. Crawford, and Lewis V. Baldwin
All over the World Like a Fever: Martin Luther King Jr.'s World House and the Movement for Black Lives in the United States and United Kingdom / Michael B. McCormack and Althea Legal-Miller
Part III. Envisioning, Pursuing, and Shaping the Future World House: Where Do We Go from Here?
The World as a "Single Neighborhood": The Global Ethics of Martin Luther King Jr. / Hak Joon Le
Toward a Higher Global Ideal: Martin Luther King Jr., the World House, and the Challenges of Tomorrow / Lewis V. Baldwin
Afterword / Rosetta E. Ross.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on November 06, 2019).
Baldwin, Lewis V., 1949- editor.
Crawford, Vicki L., editor.
Franklin, Robert M., writer of foreword.
Anderson, Victor, contributor.
Delgado, Teresa, contributor.
Rivers, Larry, contributor.
Degregory, Crystal A., contributor.
Selby, Gary S.e contributor.
Fluker, Walter E., contributor.
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