The Role of African American churches in the Civil Rights era was pivotal, and i argue that they were necessary. From Dr. King being MIA President to the formation of the SCLC, with the "Big Five" forming together, the African American church became the heart of the Civil Rights movement and made it successful during that time.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Wikimedia Commons, https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Martin_Luther_King,_Jr..jpg (accessed April 21, 2021) There are many words to describe Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Father, husband, pastor, leader, visionary, and beacon and martyr for civil rights. This became known as Dr. King's legacy. He is known for his advocacy and promoting of civil rights for African … Continue reading Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. & Black Lives Matter: Civil Rights From One Generation to the Next
Today our nation is struggling more than ever to understand the different perspectives and plights of the various cultures who encompass it. African Americans in particular are still battling the injustices afforded to them over one hundred and fifty years after the abolishment of slavery in the United States. The Black History and Culture digital exhibit produced … Continue reading Black History and Culture: Digital Exhibit Review