A Montana Dr. King Day lesson for us all: the warmth of shared human community in action

 

January 15, 2018



Many of us breathed a collected sigh of relief after the dust settled in Whitefish at the end of Dr. Matin Luther King Jr. Day last year. It’s been a year of intense upheaval, including the murder of a civil rights activist at a White Nationalist march in Charlottesville, North Carolina. That scene could have been in Montana’s beautiful mountain town, but it wasn’t, and there are lessons that we must carry forward.

In some ways, last year’s national White Nationalist uprising began with a threatened armed march by Nazis on Dr. King Day in Whitefish. The threat was part of the hara...



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