Black Pentecost #3: Footprints of the Disinherited
May 30, 1972
May 30, 1972. Running time: 44:45. During the Black Ecumenical Commission of Massachusetts meeting at Eliot Congregational Church, Roxbury, Mass., Thurman offers his interpretation of the Day of Pentecost in the New Testament. Thurman insist that the intrinsic worth and value of the individual was essential to the contagion of freedom which propelled the modern Civil Rights Movement.
Associated Subjects:
Black Pentecost (Series)
Slavery--United States
King, Martin Luther, Jr., 1929-1968. Our struggle
Bible. N.T. Acts
Bible. O.T. Psalms
Civil rights movement