Thursday, October 26, 2006

Interview with Dr. Lawrence E. Carter

Dr. Lawrence E.Carter, a renown peace activist was recently in Malaysia and Singapore for a short visit.

Here's a brief description of Dr.Lawrence Edward Carter.

Lawrence Edward Carter Sr., is the first Dean of the Martin Luther King Jr. International Chapel and tenured Professor of Religion, and College Curator at Morehouse College since 1979. He is also an adjunct professor at the Morehouse School of Medicine in the Master of Public Health Program. For forty-five years, Dr. Carter has studied and worked in fourteen American universities, colleges, and professional schools, spoken at over eighty different colleges, universities, and seminaries, and received over five-hundred speaking engagements from eighteen denominations, and traveled to thirty-three foreign countries. He has made over sixty radio and television appearances, including nationwide in England, Canada, Japan, New Zealand, Australia, South Africa, and continent wide in Africa.

In this particular video, he talked about the importance of peace and whether it is still relevant in today's society. Go ahead and enjoy! =)

Interesting video. A bit short for my liking but nevertheless inspirational!


Merv Kwok said...

Peace is overrated

Hahah just kidding! We sure need a lot of it in the world today!

-Princess Shin- said...

Merv Kwok,
Haha.. right! But true.. tolerance and understanding is very important in today's society!

Anonymous said...

This is a cool one!

-Princess Shin- said...

Glad u like it! =)

christine said...

thanks for this recording! I am a French member of Soka Gakkai and i really felt proud of what L.Carter said about my mentor.
Thanks again! Remain hopeful!

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