Includes bibliographical references (p. 307-363) and index.
Evolving faith : Rev. Charles A. Hill and the making of a Black religious radical -- True versus false religion : the labor-civil rights community and the struggle to define a progressive faith, 1935-41 -- Explosive faith : the politics of religion in the arsenal of democracy -- To fulfill yesterday's promise : anticommunism and the demise of the early civil rights community -- The freedom struggle North and South : coalition politics and the foundation of a second civil rights community in Detroit -- Black faith : the Rev. Albert B. Cleage Jr., Black Christian nationalism, and the second civil rights community in Detroit -- Conclusion: Motown bs Burning, Jesus Is Black, and the struggle continues.
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