[Summer Chapel Services]
M.L.K. Summer Chapel Services
Martin Luther King Fellows In Black Religious Studies, Inc. Collection
Dr. Henry Mitchell and Rev. Charles Hamilton deliver short sermons. Dr. Mitchell delivers a sermon on education and community. He explains the model of education must be community. Dr. Mitchell also speaks against the competitive spirit of the Western world. Rev. Charles Hamilton delivers sermon on a confused world. In the sermon, he offers Jesus as the solution to the problems of humanity. Also included are several musical selections and a presentation by an unidentified woman (audio hard to hear).
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Masse; Mitchell, Henry; Simpson, Julia; and Hamilton, Charles, "[Summer Chapel Services]" (1974). Martin Luther King Fellows in Black Religious Studies, Inc. Collection. 51.
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