Readings that Matter: Letter from Birmingham Jail

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+Acumen online courses were inspired by the leadership curriculum used in Acumen’s Fellows Programs. We saw an opportunity to use online tools to scale the impact of our work in leadership development so that even more emerging leaders can gain the skills and networks they need to improve the lives of people around the world and build a world based on dignity. Each of our courses fits under one of three areas of Acumen’s Leadership Model: Operational skills, Financial skills and Moral im...
+Acumen online courses were inspired by the leadership curriculum used in Acumen’s Fellows Programs. We saw an opportunity to use online tools to scale the impact of our work in leadership development so that even more emerging leaders can gain the skills and networks they need to improve the lives of people around the world and build a world based on dignity. Each of our courses fits under one of three areas of Acumen’s Leadership Model: Operational skills, Financial skills and Moral imagination (defined as "the humility to see the world as it is, and the audacity to imagine the world as it could be)".

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Welcome to the first reading in our new series on “Readings that Matter”. This series is adapted from a set of readings that Acumen’s Fellows and staff discuss on a regular basis as part of our leadership training and development. We have chosen to start with Martin Luther King’s most widely-read text “Letter from Birmingham Jail” because the themes are particularly relevant today. As we become more interconnected as a world, we see a growing sense of otherness and awareness of injustices. This is true in the United States and across the world. Through a systematic reading and discussion of Martin Luther King’s “Letter from Birmingham Jail” with a group of people you know, you will explore his arguments, dissect his masterful use of rhetoric, and we hope, come to a better understanding of where you stand on the various ideas he shares.
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