[Young People Day] (video)

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J. Howard Dell

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circa 1990


Bishop J. Howard Dell collection

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This program opens with singing and a woman and man talking about predominant African Americans in history. A young man gives a presentation on Martin Luther King Jr., followed by other youth introducing other famous African Americans. Dell then talks about eulogizing his granddaughter. He speaks about his pride for the youth learning their history, as others tend to look down to African Americans. He reads Proverbs 22:6, about the rooster reminding Peter, and how youth, especially minorities, need to know God and set high standards for themselves.


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