“Dr. King had a radical vision that racial equality cannot be achieved without economic equality and that an economy that leaves tens of millions of people of all races struggling to make ends meet must be restructured,” said Rev. Dwight Gardner of Trinity Baptist in Gary, IN, the event’s keynote speaker. At the gathering, called “Hope in an Age of Crisis: Reclaiming Dr. King’s Radical Vision for Economic Equality,” elected officials will pledge to move legislation that promotes racial income equality at the federal, state and local levels. The event will feature a stirring sermon and music from the Civil Rights Movement. St. Michael the Archangel Catholic Church at 8235 S South Shore Drive, Chicago. Sunday, January 19, 2014.