Searching for the Promised Land: Examining Dr Martin Luther King's Concept of the Beloved Community1

@article{Inwood2009SearchingFT,
  title={Searching for the Promised Land: Examining Dr Martin Luther King's Concept of the Beloved Community1},
  author={J. Inwood},
  journal={Antipode},
  year={2009},
  volume={41},
  pages={487-508}
}
Abstract:  4 April 2008 marked the 40th anniversary of Dr King's assassination in Memphis, Tennessee. Since his murder we have seen Dr King's message of social justice, the growing threat of militarism, the threat the USA's burgeoning empire posed, and his goal of ending injustice boiled down to a few words spoken in Washington DC when he declared his dream to see his children grow up in a society free of race prejudice. This paper engages with Dr King's work and presents a more geographically… Expand
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