Joanna Shenk, a writer, activist and minister, has published an extended interview with Vincent Harding focussed on his experiences with the Mennonite Church, during and after the time he and Rosemarie were representatives of the Mennonites to the southern freedom movement.  The Hardings were co-directors of Mennonite House, the first interracial social service center in Atlanta, Georgia.  Shenk interviewed Vincent about the development of his own radical consciousness as well as his work with Martin Luther King, Jr.  The book features an introduction by movement historian Clayborne Carson.  Shenk is the associate pastor at First Mennonite Church of San Francisco and author of the book Widening the Circle: Experiments in Christian Discipleship.

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