1. Legacy

  • 1.1 Legacy – An Introduction
  • 1.2 Free African Society and Absalom Jones
  • 1.3 Freedmen’s Bureau
  • 1.4 Keeper of the Story: George Freeman Bragg
  • 1.5 Historical African American Parishes


2. Divergence

  • 2.1 Separate and Unequal: Payne Divinity School, 1878-1949
  • 2.2 Educational Mission: the American Church Institute
  • 2.3 Conference of Church Workers Among Colored People, est. 1886
  • 2.4 Black Colleges: A Continuing Legacy
  • 2.5 Episcopal Passage: the First African American Bishops


3. ESCRU

  • 3.1 The Episcopal Society for Cultural and Racial Unity, 1959-1970
  • 3.2 The Prayer Pilgrimage, General Convention, Detroit, 1961
  • 3.3 Two Issues at the University of th South, Sewanee
  • 3.4 Down North: St. John’s Hospital and the Diocese of Long Island
  • 3.5 Desegregating an Episcopal School: Lovett School, 1968
  • 3.6 Lent Book Burning of Racist Publications
  • 3.7 Jonathan Daniels, 1939-1965
  • 3.8 Rise of Afro-Anglican Identity: South Africa and Apartheid


4. Transitions

  • 4.1 Transitions: the Winds of Change
  • 4.2 Segregation and Integration
  • 4.3 Inclusive Episcopate: Equal Members of the House
  • 4.4 Church and City, 1970s and 1980s
  • 4.5 Black Power
  • 4.6 UBCL and UBE: Empowering the Laity


5. The Special Program

  • 5.1 The Special Program
  • 5.2 Conservative Reaction
  • 5.3 Black Manifesto
  • 5.4 Confrontation: Willingness to Listen?
  • 5.5 John Hines, Activist Bishop
  • 5.6 John Maury Allin, a Southern Approach
  • 5.7 Hines and Allin: Close of an Era


6. Awakening

  • 6.1 Awakening: New Leadership and Covenant
  • 6.2 Ethnic Congregational Development
  • 6.3 Acknowledging the Sin of Racism
  • 6.4 Afro-Anglicanism: Ending Global Racism