Howard Thurman
Too often Thurman is overlooked in this century. Thurman co-founded the first integrated inter-faith congregation in 1953, he studied with both the Quakers and Ghandi and was a mentor to Martin Luther King on non-violence as Thurman was a close friend of King's father. Raised by his Grandmother, an ex-slave, his writings are a foundational block in our understanding of racial conflict and a way forward.
Other Selections by Howard Thurman

TitlePublication Date
40-Day Journey with Howard Thurman 10/2009
Creative Encounter 08/1972
Deep is the Hunger 06/1978
Deep River and the Negro Spiritual Speaks of Life and Death 05/1975
Disciplines of the Spirit 03/1963
Footprints of a Dream 05/2009
Howard Thurman: Essential Writings 12/2006
Jesus and the Disinherited 11/1996
Meditations of the Heart 08/1999
The Centering Moment 10/1984
The Growing Edge 06/1974
The Mood of Christmas 10/1985
The Papers of Howard Washington Thurman, Volume I 11/2009
The Search for Common Ground 04/1986
With Head and Heart 10/1981