Letter from MLK to Mrs. J. T. Brent

Abstract

Dr. King responds to a letter from Mrs. Brent by explaining his views about love and its place in the Civil Rights Movement. He affirms that "it is through love and understanding that we approach the segregationist." He mentions that striking out in any act of violence is not condoned by leaders of the movement.

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Letter from MLK to Mrs. J. T. Brent
Friday, August 9, 1963
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