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African-American Faith in America by Larry G. Murphy

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As a result, most became trapped in a system of sharecropping and tenant farming, working and living on white-owned property in exchange for a RECONSTRUCTION This was the name of the period in American history following the Civil War, during which the nation worked to rebuild the South, damaged by years of conflict. share of what they produced. The terms of these agreements, set by the landowners, so heavily favored the owners that in good years blacks simply made ends meet, while in bad years they fell into ever-increasing debt.

Some of his classic compositions, such as “Stand By Me” and “We’ll Understand It Better By and By,” are considered as among the first gospel songs. The person considered the “Father of Gospel” is Thomas Andrew Dorsey (1899–1993). Born in Villa Rica, Georgia, the son of a Baptist minister, Dorsey eventually found his way to Chicago. After studying music at the Chicago Musical College, he went on to establish himself as a popular blues musician. For a time, he was the pianist and bandleader for the famous blues singer Ma Rainey.

Vernon Johns, Fred Shuttlesworth, Andrew Young, Jesse Jackson, Joseph Lowery, Wyatt Tee Walker, Ralph David Aberathy, and Martin Luther King, Jr. King was the son and grandson of socially activist clergy, so he had an understanding of ministry that applied the Christian message to life. He shaped and refined that legacy through his own intellectual and spiritual gifts. The result was a vision of inclusive social life in the United States that was, as he said, “. . ) Today, ministers, along with committed laypersons such as Marian Wright Edelman and Vernon Jarrett, continue work that is now two centuries old.

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