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Rev. Barber reminded him and us what RABBI ABRAHAM JOSHUA HESCHEL said on the march from Selma to Montgomery about protest and prayer.
“Legs are not lips and walking is not kneeling. And yet our legs uttered songs. Even without words, our march was worship. I felt my legs were praying”
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