James Lawson: Reflections on Life, Nonviolence, Civil Rights, MLK
Featured James Lawson: Reflections on Life, Nonviolence, Civil Rights, MLK
The Rev. James M. Lawson has been called the “architect of the nonviolence movement” in America. The United Methodist pastor was a close ally to the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Lawson trained the young people whose peaceful witness at lunch counters in the South sought to end segregation. At age 88, he looked back at the pivotal moments that shaped his life and ministry.
Please check out this incredible testimony in honor of Black History Month from our friends at United Methodist Communications