The black church and hospice care
The American hospice movement is thriving. But its growth has tended to neglect African Americans.
A History of African American Christianity
Paul Harvey's introduction to the history of African-American Christianity emphasizes both the
fraught relationship between black and white Christians and the tensions
within black religious institutions and communities.
The power of the black church
Juan Williams is senior correspondent for National Public Radio.
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