Our Accountability: Learning to Lead From Dr. King
Rev. Clyde Brooks
In 1966, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) expanded civil rights activities from the southern United States to the North through the Chicago Freedom Movement. Rev. Clyde Brooks, former Chicago SCLC leader and current chairman of the Illinois Commission on Diversity and Human Relations, discusses the civil rights climate in Chicago and Dr. King’s perspective on America’s founding principles.
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