Easter 1938

Type 
Document
Year 
1938
Creator(s) 
Doc # 
2HK06.01
Abstract 

In this poem, writers Nancy, Alice, and Howard Kester, organizers of the Southern Tenant Farmers Union, laud the work of Jesus Christ and apply his example to contemporary life. They rebuke the turbulence in Jerusalem, and racial discrimination around the world, writing that all people are brothers with the same blood and dreams and that following Jesus is far more valuable than discord.

Additional information 

Document Description: three-page photocopy of typewritten document; located in PLT Archive folder “Howard Kester: Easter-- The Kesters”.

Rights 
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