Things that fill my soul in Black History Month

February 2013
United Methodist Reporter;2/22/2013, Vol. 159 Issue 43, p7A
The author presents his views on the celebration of the Black History Month in U.S. and presents a tribute to the African-American civil rights activist Rosa Parks.


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