Triangle Martin Luther King, Jr. Annual Celebration
The evidence is very strong in today’s society that now is the time to stand for what is humane, right, and just. It is also time to recognize that we are bound together in this world with the potential to create a society of goodness and hope.
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. acknowledged the importance of a just society abounding with fairness and basic respect for all people. In his theology and methodology, he embraced a commitment to create a glimpse of the Kingdom of God by stressing the beauty of the “Beloved Community”, where all human and natural life is deemed sacred and worthy of respect and support. He often preached about a single garment of destiny expressing his global vision of justice. On December 11, 1960, in a sermon entitled “The Three Dimensions of a Complete Life”, Dr. King expounds on this vision:
“I am absolutely convinced that God is not interested merely in the freedom of black men and brown men and yellow men. But God is interested in the freedom of the whole human race, the creation of a society where all men will live together as brothers and every man will respect the dignity and worth of all human personality.”
Virtual Prayer Breakfast
Head over to our YouTube channel to watch the 41st Annual Triangle Martin Luther King, Jr. Interfaith Prayer Breakfast.
Virtual Noon Observance
The 41st Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Noon Observance – Virtual Edition was sponsored by United Way of the Triangle.
Virtual Evening Musical
Head over to our Facebook page or YouTub channel to watch the 41st Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Evening Musical Celebration.
THANK YOU 2021 SPONSORS & PARTNERS
Critical Times: A Statement from Dr. Dumas Harshaw, Jr.
These are critical times in our nation. It has been a long time since we have witnessed such rage and anger displayed in a public manner. In critical times we must apply critical measures. First of all, we need to apply critical analysis to the current passionate protests and unfortunate violent disregard for orderly protest. The public killing of George Floyd is not a unique occurrence. There is a long history of black men being murdered in clear view without any accountability and application of law. This cannot continue in America any longer. This may simply be the straw that breaks the camel’s back. We must connect the dots on our racist history and have the courage to address it in our pursuit of truth and justice.