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Archive for Speeches
Jan 2018 11

Remember, Celebrate, Act: A Day On Not A Day Off!

Remember, Celebrate, Act: A Day On, Not A Day Off! Delivered at the Department of the Army U.S. Tank-Automotive and Armaments Command Warren, Michigan Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration January 9, 2018 Carlyle Fielding Stewart III Dear Brothers and Sisters of our great American family! Thank you for serving our nation and its various communities […]

Jan 2017 20

Embracing the Legacy of Dr. M.L.King Jr: Serve, Advocate, Inspire!

 Embracing the Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr: Serve, Advocate and Inspire! Delivered on January 16, 2017 City of Southfield Annual M L King Jr. Celebration Southfield, Michigan Carlyle Fielding Stewart III Introduction Good Morning People! This is a day that the Lord has made. Let us give thanks and rejoice today that we […]

Feb 2014 26

“American Freedom, the Spirit of Innovation & the Creative Legacy of the Civil Rights Movement”

Delivered at The General Electric Corporation Black History Month Celebration February 26, 2014 By Carlyle Fielding Stewart, III Where there is freedom there is a spirit of innovation and creativity. Where there is no freedom, the spirit of innovation lags, wanes and perishes in the quagmires of inertia, and the people languish in uncertainty. The […]

Jan 2014 29

“Turning the Other Cheek and Nonviolence: King, Gandhi and Jesus’ Third Way”

Delivered at the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History, Detroit, Michigan, Martin Luther King Jr. Day January 20, 2014 Carlyle Fielding Stewart, III We gather today to celebrate the life of Martin Luther King Jr, one of America’s most beloved freedom fighters – whose concern for social justice led him into a variety of […]

Dec 2011 26

M.L.King Jr. and the Five Forms of Human Poverty

Delivered at the Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration, Birmingham Community House, Birimingham, Michigan January 16, 2011 America has made great progress in the granting Civil and Human rights to African Americans and other groups the last sixty years. Blacks are no longer the victims of the virulent and violent forms of racism so prevalent in the South […]

Dec 2011 20

Overcoming Fear and Coming Out of the Cave; Prophetic Ministry as A No Exit Strategy in the 21st Century Church

Delivered at the Black Pastors Symposium, The General Board of Discipleship Global Conference The United Methodist Church Nashville, Tennessee, January 5, 2011 I want to thank Rev. Vance Ross, Debra Carvin and members of the planning team for inviting me to be your guest speaker at this hour. It is an honor and a privilege to […]

May 2011 19

Affirmative Action

September 14, 2006 Nearly forty have passed since the death of Martin Luther King Jr, but the struggle for Civil and Human Rights continue in America today. The 1960’s represented a time in our nation when people of all colors, genders and religious persuasions joined together as once voice to speak against the continuing injustices […]

Dec 2010 20

The Bill Cosby Event: The Black Church and The Black Family

” The Black Church and the Black Family”Delivered at The Bill Cosby Event, Wayne County Community College, January 13, 2005 Rev. Carlyle Fielding Stewart, III  To Dr. Bill Cosby, our leader and one who has inspired millions over the years through his outstanding gifts and contributions to education and the family and gathered members of this community. Thank you for this […]

Mar 2009 28

Telling Our Stories: Toward the True Meaning of Diversity, Equality and Excellence in American Society

Diverse Voices Conference on Exploring the Relationship Between Diversity, Equity and Excellence,  Oakland University, March 28, 2009, Carlyle Fielding Stewart, III I want to thank Dr. Chandra Scott and members of the Diverse Voices Conference Committee for giving me the opportunity to speak to you today to speak on a subject very close to my […]

Jan 2009 16

Making Peace in a World of Violence

Delivered at the Making Peace  in the Arenas of Violence Conference, The Board of Church and Society, The United Methodist Church, Lansing, Michigan, March 30, 2002 Carlyle Fielding Stewart, III “Blessed are the peacemakers for they shall be called the children of God.” Matthew 5:9 “Peace is a daily, a weekly, a monthly process, gradually […]

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