From an interview with John Nunes, Ph.D., President of Concordia College New York, who explains the historical connections between Martin Luther and Martin Luther King, Jr., with observations about race in America today. More at: www.95thesesfilm.com
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New book "Albrecht Durer: Artist in the Midst of Two Storms" by CFHer Stacey Bieler, a research associate with Global China Center, is the author of "Patriots" or "Traitors": A History of American-Educated Chinese Students. She is active in Community Volunteers for International Programs at Michigan State University.
The artist and entrepreneur Albrecht Dürer lived in Germany in the early 1500s, when two storms were threatening the Holy Roman Empire. First, Suleiman the Magnificent and his army of Ottoman Turks were expanding from Constantinople to Vienna, the doorstep of Europe. Second, Martin Luther, a German monk and professor, wrote his Ninety-Five Theses identifying corruption within the Roman Catholic Church. This challenged the authority of both Emperor Charles V and Pope Leo X, who responded by accusing Luther of heresy. ... See MoreSee Less
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