Making Good Trouble: MLK, John Lewis, and a Bridge in Selma

Martin Luther King and John Lewis, leaders in the Civil Rights movement of the 1960s, were committed to working for racial justice through non-violent methods of social reform, committed to making this world a better place for all people.

On this weekend recognizing King’s birth, let’s reflect on the Civil Rights march in Selma, Alabama in March 1965 led by King and Lewis and the intentional response of UUs to King’s call to Selma to support the work of civil rights leaders.