Racial Equity

How MLK Inspires Interfaith Leaders to Continue the March for Voting Rights

February 10, 2022

Clergymen with Martin Luther King Jr. in forefront of March. March 10, 1965. (Religious News Service Photographs/Presbyterian Historical Society, Philadelphia, PA)

“There must be a change. There will be a change. For to deny a person the right to exercise his political freedom at the polls is no less a dastardly act as to deny a Christian the right to petition God in prayer.”