Dorothy Day on Activism
After a brief introduction, Dorothy Day gives a speech on the state of activism (religious and otherwise) in the world today. She says that movements are cyclical; they 'need to die and be reborn.' She also discusses civil rights, race relations, and the philosophy behind the Houses of Hospitality. She speaks at length about the relationship between workers and scholars, and gives examples of how difficult it is to overcome the barriers between them.

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