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"To End This Day Of Strife": Churchwomen And The Campaign For Integration, 1920-1970, Janine Marie Denomme Jan 2001

"To End This Day Of Strife": Churchwomen And The Campaign For Integration, 1920-1970, Janine Marie Denomme

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"'To End This Day of Strife': Churchwomen and the Campaign for Integration, 1920-1970," explores the development and significance of a race relations agenda within a national interdenominational and interracial organization of women, known today as Church Women United (CWU). This project examines the role the organization played in the expansion of a moral language of race that reached across region, race and denomination. The keys to this expansion were twofold: First, the participation of African American churchwomen in the organization from its beginnings stimulated dialogue and action; and second, the missionary legacy of white churchwomen, which, despite its initial imperialist ...


“Religion In American Elections And Campaigns.” (With Thomas Young). In In God We Trust? Religion And American Political Life, Ed. Corwin E. Smidt. Ny: Baker Books, 2001., Peter Wielhouwer, Thomas Young Dec 2000

“Religion In American Elections And Campaigns.” (With Thomas Young). In In God We Trust? Religion And American Political Life, Ed. Corwin E. Smidt. Ny: Baker Books, 2001., Peter Wielhouwer, Thomas Young

Peter W. Wielhouwer

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