[Acceptance Speech in Liberia and Sermon on MLK Jr.]
Adair, Dr. Thelma, Liberia
Martin Luther King Fellows In Black Religious Studies, Inc. Collection
Ellen Sandamini becomes a member of the board of directors at a school in Monrovia. She is honored in song by the children of the school. Thelma Adair also introduces Ellen Sandamini who gives an acceptance speech at the president’s mansion in Liberia. The audio also includes a sermon by Dr. Henry Mitchell delivered at the Bethany Baptist church (William Augustus Jones pastor) in Brooklyn, New York. In the sermon Dr. Mitchell uses the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and the relationship with his father Rev. Martin Luther King Sr. to discuss how children learn from the patterns of their parents.
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Mitchell, Henry; Adair, Thelma; Sandamini, Ellen; and Jones, William Augustus, "[Acceptance Speech in Liberia and Sermon on MLK Jr.]" (1973). Martin Luther King Fellows in Black Religious Studies, Inc. Collection, Audio-Visual Recordings. 3.
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