[The Black Church: A Vehicle for Liberation and Social Change]
Banquet Speech, Atlanta, GA. Dr. Benjamin E. Mays presentation, History of Black Churches. C.S. Rooks
Society for the Study of Black Religion Collection
This recording features a presentation by Benjamin E. Mays, featuring an explanation on the role of the Black Church in the liberation process in America. The presentation is taken over by Charles Shelby Rooks and James Cone after Mays has some difficulty. Each proceeds to read about the organization of the Black church and the help given by whites to the efforts of the Black church.
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Mays, Benjamin E.; Rooks, Charles Shelby; and Cone, James, "[The Black Church: A Vehicle for Liberation and Social Change]" (1977). Society for the Study of Black Religion Collection, Audio-Visual Recordings. 56.
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