Social Thought African Methodist Church: 1863-1939

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Angell and Pinn have selected a set of lively and significant examples of social protest literature from A.M.E. Church periodicals and demonstrated that these newspapers and journals represent a critically important location in which African Americans debated vital questions of the day. Judith Weisenfeld, Barnard College Although the African Methodist Episcopal (A.M.E.) Church has long been acknowledged as a crucial institution in African American life during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, relatively little ...

Social Thought African Methodist Church: 1863-1939 2000, Univ Tennessee Press

ISBN-13: 9781572330665

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