A Writer Reflects on Four Enlightening and Challenging Lunches with the Father of Black Liberation Theology
by J. Chester Johnson
The author shared Arkansas roots with the influential theologian and teacher, from opposite sides of the color line. Their exchanges showed the possibilities of reconciliation and the height of the barriers created by racism in Americans' shared history.
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