Is the Black Church Necessary in a Post Racial America?

From Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2012

Mark Whitlock speaks to Biola students during a Reconciliation Chapel about the history of racism in America and specifically its effects - both positive and negative - on African American Christians, primarily through the history of the African Methodist Episcopal Church. He asks the question if the black church is still relevant and necessary in a post racial America, and challenges students to "press on."

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