Portraits of racism in liberal religion tells the stories of two pioneering black ministers. Includes accounts of some of today's more integrated UU congregations and biographical notes on past and present black Unitarian, Universalist and UU ministers.
A free preface is available on the Skinner House Companion Resources page.
Table Of Contents:
Preface to the Second Edition
Introduction Andrew J. Young
Chapter 1  Two American Faiths
Chapter 2  A Dream Aborted: Egbert Ethelred Brown in Jamaica and Harlem
Chapter 3  A Dream Pursued:Lewis McGee and the Free Religious Fellowship
Chapter 4  How "Open" Was the Door?
Chapter 5  Integration Where it Counts
Chapter 6  "Where There Is No Vision, the People Perish. . . "
Chapter 7  How Open Is the Doo? How Loud Is The Call?
Appendix A  Blck Universalist, Unitarian and Unitarian Universalist Ministers
Appendix B  The African American Unitarian Universalist