This collection consists of interviews with African American ministers in Kentucky. Interviewees describe their lives growing up, their educational experiences in both high school and college, and racial conflicts they personally experienced or witnessed. Also discussed is how they made a living outside the church, their spiritual role models, and their experiences as pastors.
Number of Interviews 3
Total Hours 5
African American ministers; racism; racial violence; racial segregation; riots in Corona, Alabama; education; Simmons College of Kentucky; Lincoln Institute
Segregation, Integration, Religion, Education