^I think this is important because it repeats the widely known fact that MLK was a peaceful man, and with peace came change. I also like highlighting the fact that he was christian, because many people believe that Christians don't like change, that Christians want it to be like in the time of the bible when only educated men have rights and everyone else is just there to fill space, when as a Christian I can tell you it is quite the opposite.
"Peace can only last where human rights are respected, where the people are fed, and where individuals and nations are free."
^Simple and to the point I couldn't agree more. It is flat out saying the necessities for peace to happen. And the entire article is around the theology and hope of peace.