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Martin Luther King, Jr. Convocation / Rev. Earl Neil
Reverend Earl Neil speaks about racism and apartheid in South Africa. He concludes that Church has a significant role in change and justice; we need to take positive action.  Subjects include: Kgomotso Matsunyane; Martin Luther King Jr.; police; South African law; violence; Episcopal Church New York; apartheid; racism; government; governance; violence.
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