The African American race and the events they have been involved in from resent day, have single handedly contributed to and shaped the race they are today and the issues they deal with now. There are six specific areas of history that had great impact an effect on shaping African Americans, their culture, the society, and even social status to date. These events include The Civil War, this marked the beginning of freedom for blacks or so they thought. It directly relates to and shows how blacks were given something or promised a way of life but treated completely different. It also sparked all types of injustices one being segregation and the long standing feud between southern and Northern whites.
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By , five congregations existed in Abernathy's church in the Los Angeles region of southern California. In , Abernathy reported a series of visions whereby it was shown to him that the west coast of North America would be devastated by a massive earthquake. After one of the pastors in the church reported a confirmatory vision, the church decided to relocate. Abernathy took one congregation to Atlanta , Georgia , while others went to Kennett , Missouri , Independence, Missouri , and Murfreesboro , Tennessee.
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The purpose of this guide is to support research by students in Yale Divinity School's concentration in Black Religion in the African Diaspora and others doing research in the history of African American religious traditions and theology. This is a selective guide to resources which are annotated so as to provide an idea of their usefulness. They are organized into six categories.
The Pentecostal movement is by far the largest and most important religious movement to originate in the United States. Beginning in with only a handful of students in a Bible School in Topeka, Kansas, the number of Pentecostals increased steadily throughout the world during the Twentieth Century until by they had become the largest family of Protestants in the world. With over ,, members designated as denominational Pentecostals, this group surpassed the Orthodox churches as the second largest denominational family of Christians, surpassed only by the Roman Catholics.