C. Eric Lincoln Lecture Series Student Forum, 1998 (audio)
C. Eric Lincoln Lecture Series Collection
Dr. William B. McClain moderates the student scholar forum on Black Religion and Economic empowerment. The forum panel includes Rev. Floyd Flake (former congressman and pastor of Allen AME church in Jamaica Queens, New York), Dr. Charlie Carter (professor of economics at Clark Atlanta), Minister Jamil Muhammad (Nation of Islam and graduate of Howard University) and Dr. George McCalep (graduate of Morehouse school of Religion/ITC and pastor of Green forest Community Baptist Church). The group discusses the Black church and its relationship to African American community economic development. Issues discussed include views of ministry and spirituality and opportunities and obstacles to economic development including capital. Also included is an excerpt from Rev. Floyd Flake’s morning lecture. Corresponding video containing partially similar material can be found by searching this file name: auc.093.b08t12.19980000.vid0032.
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McClain, William B.; Flake, Floyd; Carter, Charlie; Muhammad, Jamil; and McCalep, George, "C. Eric Lincoln Lecture Series Student Forum, 1998 (audio)" (1998). C. Eric Lincoln Lecture Series Collection, Audio-Visual Recordings. 25.
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