It’s Not Enough to Be Angry

By Willie Baptist

“History has taught…it is not enough for people to be angry—the supreme task is to organize and unite people so that their anger becomes a transforming force.” — Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., February 23, 1968

Download this important book by Willie Baptist that explains the need for a  movement by and for the poor and dispossessed that can become a new and unsettling force.

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  1. Thank you for making this resource available! I’m looking forward to reading it and digesting/reflecting with other leaders in the NYS Poor People’s Campaign.

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