Dr. Bernice A. King–the youngest daughter of civil rights icon Martin Luther King Jr.–knows the temperature of the United States is high. But she's convinced that racial justice and equality will not come about through anger and bitterness.
Dr. King and Gloria discuss the response of Christian churches to the murder of George Floyd and the BLM movement, what MLK meant by "colorblindness" and why social justice work has to change hearts as well as structures.
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