March_on_Washington_-_View_of_crowd_and_Reflecting_Pool_-_Flickr_CommonsOn the next State of Belief Radio – The 50th anniversary of the March on Washington and Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “I Have A Dream” Speech.

How far have we come since then?

We’ll pose that question to lifelong civil rights activist and organizer Ruby Nell Sales. She’s the founder and director of the SpiritHouse Project, a national organization that brings diverse peoples together to work for racial, economic, and social justice, as well as for spiritual maturity.

We’ll also talk to North Carolina NAACP head Rev. William Barber, along with Rosa Nell Eaton, who fought for her right to vote as an African-American over 70 years ago… And finds herself fighting for that right all over again today (watch Ms. Eaton’s spirited Moral Monday speech below!)

And the New York Civil Liberties Union led the successful opposition to “Stop and Frisk” – The NYCLU’s Alexis Kateron will be here to discuss the ramifications in New York City and beyond.

That’s all coming up this weekend on State of Belief! Here’s how to listen.

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