that challenges economic orthodoxy
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that bring together scholars, students, and policymakers from around the world
to change the conversation about major economic problems and policy
The vision of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. 50 years later, and the relevance of his economic ideas today
In the last years of his life, King was boldly forging a radical, multi-racial movement for economic justice
Martin Luther King, Jr. and other civil rights leaders relied on black entrepreneurs to make their work possible
Bill discusses symbolism of the cross and lynching tree with theologian James Cone.
The economist reflects back on the racial justice leader who showed him the limits of his academic training.