SOURCE: Made By History at the Washington Post
by Alicia K. Jackson
"In reality, much of African American history is the story of Americans creating their own sense of sanctuary in a land that often seems antithetical to their presence and their needs."
by Keisha N. Blain
Black clergy have always taken leadership in challenges to racist violence; the trial judge has no good reason to bar their attendance.
SOURCE: New York Times
Jon Meacham reviews Henry Louis Gates's book on the Black church in America; Gates seeks to recover the traditions of social and political activism in churches against skeptics who identify religion with conservatism and quietude.
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