Morning Sentinel
| by Amy Calder

Rabbi Rachel Isaacs, speaking at Waterville’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. event, encouraged attendees to acknowledge King’s “unfinished work in addressing what he called the ‘triple evils’—poverty, racism and militarism—that prevent us from being a truly beloved community,” the Morning Sentinel reported. “In order to reach the promised land, economic justice and racial justice must be achieved, and the nation must disavow and dismantle the military-industrial complex that glorifies and financially incentivizes violence,” Isaacs said.

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