The Five Strategic Steps to Nonviolence according to Martin Luther King and Charlie Walker:

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Dr Martin Luther King Jnr, Washington DC – 1963

The first Step is “Investigate.” Martin Luther King investigated thoroughly a situation before going in and trying to make changes — sometimes for a year. He investigated and learned the facts, the laws, and the personalities on both sides. He knew what he was dealing with, knew what he was talking about, and had a plan when he approached the leadership of a city or nation.

Next week: Step two

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