Building King's World House: Trump, Sanctuary & Benedictine Values
In a 1967 essay, MLK argued that the diverse groups within the human family “…have inherited a great 'world house'…” in which we must learn to live together in peace. This session will use King's idea of "the world house" to explore issues of safety, sanctuary, and solidarity on campus as we move into a new era in US politics.
Kraemer, Kelly, "Building King's World House: Trump, Sanctuary & Benedictine Values" (2017). Intercultural Directions Council Lectures. 16.