[U. S. Army Chaplain School Workshop: Religious Dimensions of Black Protest] (audio)

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[Tape 2] U. S. Army Chaplain School Workshop: "Black Minority Issues in Theology and the Church". Side 1: Continuation of the question and answer period on "Black History in the Context of the American Experience". Side 2: C. Eric Lincoln: "The Religious Dimensions of Black Protest"


C. Eric Lincoln

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circa 1985

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This recording covers a question and answer session with C. Eric Lincoln during an Army chaplain workshop. Topics discussed include class differentiation within the African American community, the Black consumer market and criteria for military chaplaincy. C. Eric Lincoln also discusses the religious dimensions of Black protest.

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