[Continued-Gender and the Afro-American Religious Tradition] (audio)
James H. Evans, Liberation Motifs in Afro-American Religion and Literature
Society for the Study of Black Religion Collection
This audio is a continuation of Cheryl Gilkes paper presentation on gender and the Afro-American religious tradition. In this portion there are questions and comments from the audience including Charles Long.
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Gilkes, Cheryl, "[Continued-Gender and the Afro-American Religious Tradition] (audio)" (1985). Society for the Study of Black Religion Collection, Audio-Visual Recordings. 53.
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