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Faith in the city : preaching radical social change in Detroit

Presenting a study of religion's place in Detroit's protest communities, from the 1930s to the 1960s, this book explores how the worlds of politics and faith merged in Detroit's African American community. It suggests that this fusion was - and is - particularly vital to African-American clergy and the Black freedom struggle.
eBook, English, 2007
University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor, 2007
History
1 online resource (xxiv, 384 pages) : illustrations
9780472024162, 0472024167
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Evolving faith : Rev. Charles A. Hill and the making of a Black religious radical
True versus false religion : the labor-civil rights community and the struggle to define a progressive faith, 1935-41
Explosive faith : the politics of religion in the arsenal of democracy
To fulfill yesterday's promise : anticommunism and the demise of the early civil rights community
The freedom struggle North and South : coalition politics and the foundation of a second civil rights community in Detroit
Black faith : the Rev. Albert B. Cleage Jr., Black Christian nationalism, and the second civil rights community in Detroit
Conclusion: Motown bs Burning, Jesus Is Black, and the struggle continues
Electronic reproduction, [Place of publication not identified], HathiTrust Digital Library, 2010
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