January 16, 2014

‘Dear Martin’: Bishop’s letters to MLK trace the highs and lows in race relations

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Bishop Woodie W. White, a bishop-in-residence at Emory University’s Candler School of Theology for the last decade. Photo courtesy of Woodie White

Bishop Woodie W. White, a bishop-in-residence at Emory University’s Candler School of Theology for the last decade. Photo courtesy of Woodie White

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(RNS) "While we are yet flawed by those among us who hold to racial bigotry and intolerance, they no longer define us as a nation or a people!” United Methodist Bishop Woodie White wrote in his 2014 letter to Martin Luther King.