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How the Ebenezer Baptist Church has been a seat of Black power for generations in Atlanta

Por: PennLive Opinion January 19, 2021

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, The high-stakes catapulted the historic Ebenezer Baptist Church back into the spotlight. For 135 years, the church played a vital role in the fight against racism and the civil rights movement. It was the spiritual home of the civil rights leader, the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. It is now the home of the state’s first Black senator – the Rev. Raphael Warnock, the senior pastor at the church. As a of African American religion and Christian... + full article



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