Vincent Harding

|birth_place = Harlem, New York, U.S. |death_date = |death_place = Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S. |alma_mater = City College of New York (B.A.)
Columbia University (M.S.)
University of Chicago (M.A., Ph.D.) |occupation = Historian |notable_works = "Beyond Vietnam: A Time to Break Silence" |spouse = Rosemarie Freeney
Aljosie Aldrich Knight }} Vincent Gordon Harding (July 25, 1931May 19, 2014) was an African-American historian and a scholar of various topics with a focus on American religion and society. A social activist as well, he was perhaps best known for his work with and writings about Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., whom Harding knew personally. Besides having authored numerous books such as ''There Is A River'', ''Hope and History,'' and ''Martin Luther King: The Inconvenient Hero,'' he served as co-chairperson of the social unity group [ Veterans of Hope Project] and as Professor of Religion and Social Transformation at Illiff School of Theology in Denver, Colorado. Provided by Wikipedia
by Harding, Vincent.
Published 1992
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