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I Am Who I Am: The Book Of Exodus And African American Individuality, Joseph L. Kirkenir Apr 2014

I Am Who I Am: The Book Of Exodus And African American Individuality, Joseph L. Kirkenir

Student Publications

Scholars often attempt to construct collective ideologies in order to generalize the beliefs and views of entire populations, with one target population frequently being the African American community during the latter half of the nineteenth century. Unfortunately, doing so fails to recognize the individuality of the population’s members and, especially in the case of the country’s oppressed Blacks, establishes a system where assumed notions and ignorant ideas abound. One might argue that the popularity of the book of Exodus in the time’s African American expressive outlets indicates that there did exist a collective ideology based upon the ...


Racial Brotherhood Chapel - 10-15-1969, Maynard Ungerman Oct 1969

Racial Brotherhood Chapel - 10-15-1969, Maynard Ungerman

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This is a transcript of a Chapel service on the campus of Oral Roberts Unviersity in Tulsa, OK. This chapel is dedicated to the topic of Racial Brotherhood. A panel of speakers address racism against Jewish and Negro people in America and in the city of Tulsa include Mrs. Maynard Ungerman, Finney Att, Jeanie Sinclair, Kathrine Copeland, Betty Hopkins. The panel is moderated by Maynard Ungerman, a Jewish lawyer and civil rights activist from Tulsa.