Hope and History: Why We Must Share the Story of the Movement

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Orbis Books, 1990 - African Americans - 249 pages
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An impassioned call to the clergy, community activists, and educators to remember and keep alive the story of the black-led freedom movement. Harding argues the importance of knowing for ourselves, incorporating into our lives, and teaching to others the events and goals of this historic movement.

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