[The Church and Violence, Part 4: The Church’s Response to 1960’s Violence and Social Unrest]
Isaac R. Clark Memorial Collection
In a conversation on the church and violence, Rev. Bennie E. Whiten Jr., Rev. Perry Fuller and Rev. Musil give presentations on the church response to violence and social unrest of the 1960’s. Discussed in the presentations are the Bedford Stuyvesant and Harlem rebellions in New York City in the summer of 1964, and the civil and social unrest in Rochester and Denver, Colorado. Responses by these community churches include fundraising to support African American self-help organizations like OIC and the formation of several task forces.
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Whiten, Bennie E.; Fuller, Perry; and Musil, "[The Church and Violence, Part 4: The Church’s Response to 1960’s Violence and Social Unrest]" (1969). Isaac R. Clark Memorial Collection, Audio-Visual Recordings. 33.
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