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Martin Luther King's "Loving Your Enemies" Sermon

Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his "Loving Your Enemies" sermon on November 17, 1957, at the Dexter Avenue Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. In this powerful and moving speech, Dr. King explains the importance of loving one's enemies in the face of hatred and violence. He argues that love is a powerful force that can overcome even the deepest divisions and that it is essential for creating a just and peaceful society. This sermon is widely regarded as one of Dr. King's most powerful and influential speeches and continues to inspire people today.

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