Our Adult Religious Education group meets every Sunday before service in the MacArtor Library at 9:15 am.
This week we focus on an important episode of African American history with a presentation entitled The Atlanta Compromise by armature historian Syl Woolford. Syl’s research is based on a University of Delaware database of 270 African American Newspapers from 1827 to 1998. Although Booker T. Washington was the most celebrated Black leader of his time, he offered a very limited vision of the future for African Americans which did not include political power, higher education or integration. The Civil Rights movement had to overcome this accommodationist perspective.