Preaching For Black Self Esteem
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Preaching for Black Self-Esteem first defines the need for ethnic self-esteem and traces it through the history of Africans and Americans. A positive theology of self-esteem is offered to ground chapters that target types of low ethnic self-esteem.
“What’s goin’ down? I know you don’t expect a seventy-five year old man to talk all that talk. . . ”
A strong and much needed book addressing black youth today, Preaching for Black Self-Esteem is geared to a generation of black men and women who can–suggests the authors–proudly face issues such as caste systems, one’s own physical characteristics, feelings of ambivalence and inferiority, and even ‘buppies’–economically upwardly mobile Blacks.
A very powerful collection of sermons for a generation of Blacks coming of age after the Civil Rights era.
SKU (ISBN): 9780687338436
Henry Mitchell | Emil Thomas
Binding: Trade Paper
Published: October 1994
Publisher: Abingdon Press
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