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On August 14 the Archives and the Seminary of the Southwest announced the opening of an exhibit to mark the anniversary of Jonathan Daniels' death.  Entitled Jonathan Daniels: Called to be Fully Present, the exhibit draws on the Archives collections received in part from the recent acquisition of the Episcopal Divinity School Archives.  The exhibit features original source material and a narrative of Daniels' early life, his awakening, and death.  Special acknowledgment goes to intern archivist, Noble Brigham, who led the production and design team.  Noble is a senior at Episcopal Academy in Newtown Square, PA.  The exhibit is part of an extended online exhibit, The Church Awakens, telling the story of African American Episcopalians from an historical perspective. Visit The Church Awakens to learn more about the life of Jonathan Daniels.

Jonathan Daniels Exhibit


The George Washington Carver housing projects, located next to Brown Chapel, were a center of SNCC activity in Selma.  Daniels worked with SNCC on voter registration among Carver residents in the 1965 drive and likely participated in the demonstration. Photo courtesy of the Civil Rights Movement Veterans.

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