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The Black Church Heritage

by Chaplain Larry Jones, DMin

Some members of the minority have personally risen above the fray and been assisted over the wall and through the maze to a better life, but some individuals have been hindered in their personal and social progress. Some of the roadblocks have been within conservative politics, the religious community, inside community leadership, and sometimes within the minority itself. Some said Sunday morning was the most segregated hour of the week in America. Perhaps this is true, but it is by coercion or choice? When social integration works in education, housing, and the work place, why is Sunday morning still segregated? Could it be by choice based on cultural (Black) heritage?

ISBN: 978-1-935434-34-4