Item #11160 Martin Luther King Jr Study Guide / Course Outline

Martin Luther King Jr Study Guide / Course Outline

Chicago: Cooperative Research Network, 1986. A 10-part study guide on the life of Martin Luther King, Jr. and his development as a civil rights leader. The guide begins with an introduction followed by a chronological biographical sketch. Each of the ten sections include an introductory paragraph, required reading citation, four discussion questions, and a list of supplemental readings. Sections include: I. Black Protest and Black History II. The Black Church and Liberation III. The Biography of Martin Luther King, Jr. IV. Theological Aspects of MLK V. King in Struggle: #1 Montgomery VI. King In Struggle: #2 Birmingham VII. King In Struggle: #3 Northern Battles VIII. Social and Political Theory IX. King and Black Liberation Theology X. King and his heirs.

The Cooperative Research Network was a cooperative organization of Black studies professionals, committed intellectuals, and community activists founded in the mid-1980s. They published the “Afro-Scholar Newsletter.”

Stapled, photo-illustrated newsprint wrappers (11” x 7 ¼”), 16 p. A fine copy. Item #11160

Price: $75.00

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