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There is a distinct difference between nonresistance and Nonviolent resistance. Nonviolent resistance disturbs the conscious, contentment, and status quo of the systems and participants of injustice. Whereas non-resistance is rooted in complacency and passivity. #MLK
 
 
#Violence is the easy and most cowardice way to respond to conflict and injustice; it’s vicious and causes an endless cycle of trauma. Whereas, #Nonviolence is for the brave, it disrupts the cycles of evil and injustice by creating a pathway to just and equitable outcomes.
 
 
We thank @AtlantaDream for committing to the BE LOVE pledge to become a Beloved Community Team and participating in organization-wide nonviolence training with Nonviolence365 Online! #AtlantaDream #NV365

thekingcenter.org/nonviolence365…
 
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2/ we understand the family of Emmett Till desiring that those responsible be held accountable. Because justice does include accountability. It also includes change in the structures that allowed the injustice. The work for all of the facets of justice continues. #EmmettTill
 
1/ “True peace is not merely the absence of tension: it is the presence of justice.”-Dr. King

#EmmettTill was maimed and murdered on August 28th 1955. While we recognize that justice may include, but is beyond, charges and convictions… pic.twitter.com/HmD4yLzSAO
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2/ we understand the family of Emmett Till desiring that those responsible be held accountable. Because justice does include accountability. It also includes change in the structures that allowed the injustice. The work for all of the facets of justice continues. #EmmettTill
 
1/ “True peace is not merely the absence of tension: it is the presence of justice.”-Dr. King

#EmmettTill was maimed and murdered on August 28th 1955. While we recognize that justice may include, but is beyond, charges and convictions…
 
The King Center remembers #MikeBrown. He was unarmed when killed by Ferguson police 8 years ago today and should be 26 years old. We must continue to build safe communities in which inhabitants are not subjugated to violence by the systems that are sworn to protect them.
 
Here is a clip from our last Beloved Community Talks in which @BerniceKing shares how her father’s assassination, and trauma thereafter, effected her and her development as a child and now as an adult. The full episode is available on YouTube.

#BCT #MentalHealthAwareness pic.twitter.com/W3F8QUuXUO
 
Here is a clip from our last Beloved Community Talks in which @BerniceKing shares how her father’s assassination, and trauma thereafter, effected her and her development as a child and now as an adult. The full episode is available on YouTube.

#BCT #MentalHealthAwareness
 
I am praying for #AhmaudArbery’s family, including his mother, Wanda Cooper-Jones. No prison term can undo what #hate has done. However, the acknowledgement of his murder as a #hatecrime and the length of the sentencing are steps in a "just" direction for our nation. #SayHisName
 
ReThink Podcast: Episode 1 | Where Do We Go From Here? Chaos or Community? twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…
 
In reply to @TheKingCenter
2/ Ahmaud should be alive and with us today. It is the King Center’s hope that the sentencing will prevent other hate crimes and serve as a reminder that we will not acquiesce to hate, bigotry, and racism.
 
1/ #AhmaudArbery's murder was a heinous hate crime. He was targeted, followed, and killed for existing. Gregory and Travis McMichael believed they had the right to murder Ahmaud because his Blackness was perceived as a threat to their safety... pic.twitter.com/K4rI3HRI6D
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2/ Ahmaud should be alive and with us today. It is the King Center’s hope that the sentencing will prevent other hate crimes and serve as a reminder that we will not acquiesce to hate, bigotry, and racism.
 
1/ #AhmaudArbery's murder was a heinous hate crime. He was targeted, followed, and killed for existing. Gregory and Travis McMichael believed they had the right to murder Ahmaud because his Blackness was perceived as a threat to their safety...
 
 
Moments.
I miss my mother.
 
ReThink Podcast: Episode 1 | Where Do We Go From Here? Chaos or Community? youtu.be/1jQH2jNjbf4 via @YouTube

Tomorrow at 7:00PM EST! Join us for episode one of the @ReThinkTKC podcast with @BerniceKing!
 
“In other words, the Christian owes his ultimate allegiance to God and if any earthly institution conflicts with God’s will it is the Christian duty to revolt against it.”

#DrKing #MLK #SundayWithKing
 
If you missed our last BCT, check out this clip from @DrTartt as he identifies keys things for us to be aware of as we are talking about the mental health of our children. You can watch the full episode on the King Center’s YouTube channel! #BCT #MentalHealth pic.twitter.com/pj9TdfH5hH
 
If you missed our last BCT, check out this clip from @DrTartt as he identifies keys things for us to be aware of as we are talking about the mental health of our children. You can watch the full episode on the King Center’s YouTube channel! #BCT #MentalHealth
 
WHAT does Violence offer us…Destruction? Fear? More Violence? #Nonviolence helps us to create atmospheres where positive change happens and pathways that are conducive for productive outcomes.
 
 
In reply to @TheKingCenter
2/ We also ask that the United States exhaust all of its reasonable means to bring Brittney Griner back home to her family and loved ones. We support the Biden administration doing everything within its power to bring home Brittney Griner, an American citizen,…
Replying to @TheKingCenter
3/ as soon as possible. “Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.”-Dr. King #BrittneyGriner #BG
 
1/ The situation involving Brittney Griner is one of great complexity and one that requires the upmost human compassion. While we recognize Russia as a nation of its own laws, we ask Russia to recognize Brittney as a human being whose worth is not rooted in her political efficacy pic.twitter.com/2ztGy1lStv
Replying to @TheKingCenter
2/ We also ask that the United States exhaust all of its reasonable means to bring Brittney Griner back home to her family and loved ones. We support the Biden administration doing everything within its power to bring home Brittney Griner, an American citizen,…
 
1/ The situation involving Brittney Griner is one of great complexity and one that requires the upmost human compassion. While we recognize Russia as a nation of its own laws, we ask Russia to recognize Brittney as a human being whose worth is not rooted in her political efficacy
 
The King Center stands with Breonna Taylor and her family. Her murder was the result of egregious policing tactics that robbed her of her life and the Civil Rights she was entitled to. pic.twitter.com/cmaxI7ZI1X
 
The King Center stands with Breonna Taylor and her family. Her murder was the result of egregious policing tactics that robbed her of her life and the Civil Rights she was entitled to.
 
BREAKING: Attorney General Merrick Garland announces that the Justice Department has charged four current and former Louisville Metro Police Department officers with federal crimes related to death of Breonna Taylor. abcn.ws/3JyAEof
 
In reply to @TheKingCenter
available to every person. We cannot deploy a system that forces its citizens into poverty and maintain that the soul of our world is at peace with itself. #Nonviolence #BelovedCommunity
 
1/ Housing is not a privilege. Housing is a right. It is a form of violence that we have chosen not to prioritize the safety of human beings by providing quality shelter, guaranteed incomes (that adjust to the cost-of-living) and affordable organic foods options that are… pic.twitter.com/BC9E9VRkiO
Replying to @TheKingCenter
available to every person. We cannot deploy a system that forces its citizens into poverty and maintain that the soul of our world is at peace with itself. #Nonviolence #BelovedCommunity
 
1/ Housing is not a privilege. Housing is a right. It is a form of violence that we have chosen not to prioritize the safety of human beings by providing quality shelter, guaranteed incomes (that adjust to the cost-of-living) and affordable organic foods options that are…
 
Beloved Community Talks | Gun Violence & Mental Health: Are We Talking To Our Children? twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…
 
JOIN US TONIGHT! Our next Beloved Community Talks will feature Dr. Bernice A. King, Dr. Steve Perry and Dr. Alduan Tartt! This discussion will be hosted by Terra Gay. We will be discussing the impact of gun violence on the mental health of our children… pic.twitter.com/nTDQWjwSTY
Replying to @TheKingCenter
and how we can help our children to have courageous conversations about how their own mental health. This will be an amazing discussion! Be sure to join us at 6:30PM EST on YouTube, Facebook and Twitter. #BCT #CourageousConversations #MentalHealthAwareness @DrTartt
 
JOIN US TONIGHT! Our next Beloved Community Talks will feature Dr. Bernice A. King, Dr. Steve Perry and Dr. Alduan Tartt! This discussion will be hosted by Terra Gay. We will be discussing the impact of gun violence on the mental health of our children…
 
Stepping into the spotlight are powerful visionaries, @BerniceKing, @doyinrichards, @VernaMyers and @meishaannm, who have pioneered #diversity and inclusion.

This edition of Spotlight will inspire you to explore your own perspective.
 
My mother Coretta Scott King speaking about the disparities between White and Black students in America while speaking at Stanford in 1968. Many of the problems she mentions in this excerpt still exist and thrive today. Let’s not let these disparities persist another 50 years.
 
Take a minute and listen! This past week I had the honor of joining these dynamic and powerful women as we talked about the nuance around the transformation of anger into purpose.
 
“Struggle is a never ending process. Freedom is never really won, you earn it and win it in every generation.”

#CSK #CorettaScottKing #Freedom
 
It was an honor talking about diversity and allyship w/ Dr.@BerniceKing and Doyin Richards! If you want to watch the entire conversation, register here for @Workhuman Spotlight: bit.ly/3vwYRFF
 
We will miss you, #NichelleNichols. You blazed a trail for every Black woman that always believed they could be a superhero.
 
Representation matters.

Excellence in representation matters even more.

Thank you, #NichelleNichols.
Rest well, ancestor. 🖤
 
The King Centers honors Bill Russell. The man. The player. The coach. The leader. The advocate for Civil Rights. The world is a better place because of his commitment to justice and peace. Our prayers are with his family and loved ones.
 
What a trailblazer who transcended sports in influencing our national and global landscape.

A champion in many ways that matter.

Thank you and rest in power, Sir #BillRussell.
 
“He took part in the 1963 March on Washington for Jobs & Freedom and…went to Mississippi after the civil rights activist Medgar Evers was murdered & worked with Evers’s brother, Charles, to open an integrated basketball camp.”

Rest in power, Bill Russell.nytimes.com/2022/07/31/spo…
Bill Russell, Who Transformed Pro Basketball, Dies at 88
nytimes.com
 
"Therapy was never meant to be enough alone, we must reimagine systems that don't manufacture scarcity & trauma but prioritize collective & community care" -Professor Odi, M.S.

On the last day of #MinorityMentalHealthMonth, remember that therapy helps advance action 🙏🏾 ☮️
 
#SundayswithKing I urge you to be maladjusted to this world and its practices. We must understand that we have a uniquely human opportunity to fight for what is good, what is just, and what is equitable.
 
Any religion that professes to be concerned about the souls of men and is not concerned about the slums that cripple the soul, the economic conditions that stagnate the soul, and the city governments that may damn the soul is a dry, dead, do-nothing religion in need of new blood. pic.twitter.com/aOPG4wyOwr
 
Any religion that professes to be concerned about the souls of men and is not concerned about the slums that cripple the soul, the economic conditions that stagnate the soul, and the city governments that may damn the soul is a dry, dead, do-nothing religion in need of new blood.
 
 
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