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Chapel Transcript: Governor George Wallace 9-13-1972, Oral Roberts Sep 1972

Chapel Transcript: Governor George Wallace 9-13-1972, Oral Roberts

Chapel Audio & Transcripts

This is a chapel Transcript of a chapel service on the campus of Oral Roberts University on September 13, 1972. Oral Roberts had just returned from a crusade in Alabama. While there, he was contacted by Governor George Wallace to come to his home to pray for his healing after he was paralyzed from an assassination attempt.

Wallace was one of the chief proponents of segregation in the south and had run for president several times. Roberts expresses that he although he did not support Wallace's views, he did accept him as a human being who had needs that ...


Chapel Transcript: February 16, 1972- Black Awareness Panel, Holy Spirit Research Center, Oral Roberts University Jan 1972

Chapel Transcript: February 16, 1972- Black Awareness Panel, Holy Spirit Research Center, Oral Roberts University

Chapel Audio & Transcripts

This is a transcript of a chapel held on February 16, 1972 on the campus of Oral Roberts University. The theme of the chapel was issues surrounding black Americans. The talk included a panel discussion of race issues that included the following:

  • Don Ross, director of the Tulsa Labor Program,
  • Dr. Zan Holms, Texas legislator and Methodist superintendent,
  • Homer Johnson, director of the Citizen Participation program of Model Cities.

This rather lengthy talk included discussion of racism, poverty, societal structures, militancy and black/white relations as well as questions and comments from ORU students.