Black Fire: African American Quakers on Spirituality and Human Rights


Paul Kriese

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The topic is race, racism & religion, both within Quaker meetings and in America at-large. Paul Kriese co-ediited Black Fire: African American Quakers on Spirituality and Human Rights, and he draws on his experience growing up in a black neighborhood and his academic formation in Political Science and Peace Studies to shine the Light on race relations.  
Paul Kriese co-edited Black Fire along with Hal Weaver & Stephen Angell. The book contains writings by 18 remarkable African American Quakers across 3 centuries.

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Number One In America - David Massengill



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