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BLACK RELIGIOUS WOMEN AND PUBLIC LIFE

by Rosetta E. Ross
The legacy of the Civil Rights Movement, which broadened social participation in the United States, continues to be felt today. This persists in spite of political, legislative, and conventional efforts to roll back or sidetrack moral political changes aimed at truly democratizing interactions of all people. Much of the contemporary understanding of the meaning of freedom in the United States sprang from the broad vision of the Civil Rights Era. …
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