The Man Who Dreamt

 

Like Gandhi, King used his religious conviction and belief in non-violence to champion his cause. He transformed himself in to voice that appealed to the conscience of whites. He took a philosophical stand that “in the final analysis, the white man cannot ignore the Negro problem, because he is part of the Negro and the Negro is a part of him. The Negro’s agony diminishes the white man, and the Negro’s salvation enlarges the white man.”

On the occasion of Marti Luther King Day, my piece published in Bangladesh daily, ‘The Daily Star dated January 19, 2015 : The Man Who Dreamt

 

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To read the full article please click on the web link: http://epaper.thedailystar.net/index.php?opt=view&page=7&date=2015-01-19

 

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  1. orelien di:¨Ãbsp;taprn&s vérification j’ai vue que je n’ai pas cydia c’est certainement du au fait que je ne peut reboot certainement afin je sais pas donc maintenant mon tel est actif sans aucun souci il reconnais ma carte sim mais pas de réseau voila merci d’avance et joyeux réveillons

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