[Gender and the Afro-American Religious Tradition] (audio)
Cheryl Gilkes presentation, A Mother to the Motherless: Language, Biblical Texts, and Afro-American Cultural Imagination
Society for the Study of Black Religion Collection
In this audio recording Cheryl Gilkes presents a paper on gender and the Afro-American religious tradition. She discusses the suffering and religious imagination of Afro-American women. She also discusses the relationship of women with the four pillars of the Afro-Christian tradition; preaching, music, praying, singing and testifying. Included in her presentation are Rev. C.L. Franklin, and Mahalia Jackson.
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Gilkes, Cheryl; Franklin, C. L.; and Jackson, Mahalia, "[Gender and the Afro-American Religious Tradition] (audio)" (1985). Society for the Study of Black Religion Collection, Audio-Visual Recordings. 50.
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