Black Saints in a white church: contemporary African American Mormons
Until very recently, black Latter-day Saints were excluded from priesthood office in the church. In this revealing study, Embry culls answers from both oral history interviews and mailed surveys to determine how the age-old stereotypes and differences are disappearing as African-Americans are being assimilated into the church.
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BLACK CHURCHES IN AMERICA
THE LDS CHURCH AND AFRICAN AMERICANS
IMPACT OF THE LDS NEGRO POLICY
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