At service kicking off Du Bois festival, MLK Day speaker hits on complex roles of ‘agents of change’

Written Jan 15, 2018 by Heather Bellow in The Berkshire Egle

From the packed parish room at First Congregational Church, a call was made for grace, compassion, love and fearlessness.

But one speaker at Monday’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day interfaith service also dialed a wake-up call reminder of the messiness and reality of the struggle for all forms of equality, and the disservice done to a man when his legacy is enshrined without deeper context.

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