Dr. Bernard Lafayette Jr. Presents: My Pilgrimage to Kingian Nonviolence
'Martin Luther King said if you haven’t found something in life that you’re willing to die for, you’ve not yet lived. I spoke with him in Memphis on April 4th. I was there, because I was national coordinator for the poor people’s campaign. And I remember my last words with him. He said to me, “Bernard, the next thing we’re gonna do is to institutionalize and internationalize nonviolence.” Five hours later, when I landed in Washington, that’s when I learned he’d been assassinated.' - Dr. Bernard Lafayette Jr.
Friday, November 1612 – 12:50 p.m. Falcon’s Nest – University Center