[The Unleveled Lot Called Life, Communication in Race Relations]
Mitchell, Dr. Henry H., H.H.M. at UTEP Linguistics in Race Relations: Faithful Central; Parents/The Unlevel Lot Called Life
Martin Luther King Fellows In Black Religious Studies, Inc. Collection
Dr. Henry Mitchell delivers a sermon on life. In the sermon he talks about being a faithful servant and taking the initiative in life. Dr. Mitchell also gives a presentation on communication, race relations and language.
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Mitchell, Henry, "[The Unleveled Lot Called Life, Communication in Race Relations]" (1973). Martin Luther King Fellows in Black Religious Studies, Inc. Collection. 35.
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