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Breaking White SupremacyMartin Luther King Jr. and the Black Social Gospel$
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Gary Dorrien

Print publication date: 2018

Print ISBN-13: 9780300205619

Published to Yale Scholarship Online: May 2018

DOI: 10.12987/yale/9780300205619.001.0001

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Prophetic Suffering and Black Internationalism

Prophetic Suffering and Black Internationalism

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Breaking White Supremacy

Gary Dorrien

Yale University Press

The generation of black social gospel leaders who began their careers in the 1920s assumed the social justice politics and liberal theology of the social gospel from the beginning of their careers. Mordecai Johnson became the leading example by espousing racial justice militancy, Christian socialism, Gandhian revolutionary internationalism, and anti-anti-Communism as the long-time (and long embattled) president of Howard University

Keywords:   Mordecai Johnson, Howard University, Black internationalism, Gandhi, Anti-communism

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