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Racism Is Wrong, Holy Spirit Research Center, Oral Roberts University Sep 1972

Racism Is Wrong, Holy Spirit Research Center, Oral Roberts University

Chapel Audio & Transcripts

This is a transcript of the September 27, 1972 Chapel service on the campus of Oral Roberts University where Mayor James Evers, one of only four black mayors in the United States, delivered a message entitled, "Why Racism is Wrong".


Chapel Transcript: February 18, 1972 - Black Awareness Chapel Mccrary Singers, Holy Spirit Research Center, Oral Roberts University Feb 1972

Chapel Transcript: February 18, 1972 - Black Awareness Chapel Mccrary Singers, Holy Spirit Research Center, Oral Roberts University

Chapel Audio & Transcripts

This is a transcript of a chapel held on February 18, 1972, on the campus of Oral Roberts University. The guests are members of the McCrary Singers. This is a transcript of the tacks about the black experience that took place between songs.


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.