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Howard Thurman
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Howard Thurman, who died 40 years ago, had a major influence on the non-violence approach many Black leaders, including Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., advocated during the civil rights movement. Dr. Mary Wade teaches classes on Thurman's principles. She joined "All Things Considered" host Gwendolyn Glenn to talk more about Thurman.
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