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Uncle Tom or New Negro? A Black Episcopalian’s Reflections on Booker T. Washington

Robert Norrell’s Up from History: The Life of Booker T. Washington (2009) was the first full-length biography of the late 19th- and early 20th-century...

He Leadeth Me: On Frances Joseph-Gaudet

By Neil Dhingra Frances Joseph-Gaudet’s 1913 memoir, He Leadeth Me, begins by telling the reader that the future missionary, prison reformer, school founder, and Episcopal...

Anglicanism and the “Black Future”: Continuing the Conversation

By Brandt L. Montgomery Booker T. Washington reportedly said, “If a black man is anything but a Baptist or a Methodist, someone has been tampering...

The invisible: African Americans in North American Anglicanism

If we remain a tradition that only speaks to certain subsections of American culture, then we have fallen short of our gospel mandate to reach all people.


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