Martin Luther King Jr



 “Freedom has always been an expensive thing.”


Martin Luther King, Jr. (1929-1968) led millions of people in a non-violent movement to bring an end to the segregation of the races in the United States.
The vision of a community of man in which all are free still provides the basis for continued efforts to overcome domination.
His words eloquently express this passion and this faith: “You ought to believe something in life, believe that thing so fervently that you will stand up with it until the end of your days…” express for him how freedom and hope are realized.
He was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1964.

Purchase Martin Luther King, Jr. in poster, note card and bookmark formats.
Portrait by Frank V. Szasz.
Poster shipped rolled, inner cardboard tube inside USPS Priority Mailing tube.
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Global PathMarkers

The Global PathMarker series is an eclectic group of people who were chosen as exemplars of the ‘great individual’ or hero archetype, the essential seed and fruit of creative activity in culture. Our aim is to stimulate curiosity and contemplation about the mysterious creative ‘oneness’ of life by celebrating its diversity as expressed by courageous visionary leaders.

Frank Szasz painted our Martin Luther King, Jr. portrait, in addition to Albert Einstein, Mahatma Gandhi, Abraham Lincoln, Mother Teresa, Pope John Paul II, Pierre Teilhard de Chardin and Mark Twain.

He also painted porrtaits of Eleanor Roosevelt, Albert Schweitzer, Count Basie, Sarah Vaughan, Franz Liszt, Pope John XXIII, and a series of Native Americans: Iroquois Chief Leon Shenandoah, Mohawk Chief Jake Swamp, Tom Banyacya of the Hopi, Black Elk as an Elder, a Medicine Woman, a Dancer, a Youth and a Young Child for the Global PathMarkers, that we have available in a special limited edition of biographical bookmarks.

We are also pleased to offer Szasz’ portrait of Carl Gustav Jung, published by CCHD Jung Project, KCMO.

The Maria Montessori portrait was painted by Ernst Ulmer. All of the Global PathMarkers images are copyrighted and all rights are reserved.

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“Freedom has always been an expensive thing.”
Martin Luther King, Jr. in “Facing the Challenge of a New Age,” Address Delivered at the First Annual Institute on Nonviolence and Social Change, December 3, 1956, Montgomery, AL.


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