Friday, January 14, 2005


BACKGROUND: Stewart Burns

This item original located in May, 2005 at:

Stewart Burns, visiting professor of leadership studies at Williams College and
of American history at MCLA, where he also serves as grants coordinator, has
won the 2005 Wilbur Award for his book, "To the Mountaintop: Martin Luther King
Jr.'s Mission to Save America," published by HarperCollins. For more than half
a century, the Religion Communicator Council (RCC), an interfaith organization
of professional religion communicators, has presented the prestigious Wilbur
Awards for excellence in the communication of religious issues, values and
themes in the secular media. For the past 20 years, Burns has worked in
numerous capacities in higher education including research, grant writing,
fundraising and as a faculty member. He is former editor of the MLK Jr. papers
at Stanford University.

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