The African American in Unity History

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  1. 00:00 Start of movie
  2. 01:55 I Shall Not Be Moved
  3. 04:09 A Joke in Weekly Unity 1909
  4. 05:36 “Freedom for All” 1912
  5. 07:24 Colored Study Groups
  6. 08:51 “Obliged to abide by local ordanances”
  7. 10:09 Garland Anderson and Ernest Wilson
  8. 11:16 Letter on Segregation 1916
  9. 12:06 Early African-American Ministers
  10. 14:25 Two Special African-American Ministers
  11. 14:40 Johnnie Colemon in the beginning
  12. 16:35 Johnnie Colemon Unity History
  13. 17:55 Johnnie Colemon at the pool of Unity
  14. 18:53 “There is No Hiding Place”
  15. 20:16 UFBL Established
  16. 21:06 Ruth Mosley
  17. 21:19 “Ain’t Gonna Let Nobody Turn Me Around”
  18. 24:11 Ruth Mosley and the Urban Ministerial School
  19. 25:30 Unity Urban Ministerial School 1979
  20. 26:50 “The Detroit Eight” 1982
  21. 28:07 Urban Ministerial School Contributions
  22. 29:14 Contributions by Countless Others
  23. 29:53 Ken Williamson “The Voice of God”
  24. 30:46 Closing Comments
  25. 32:15 “Lift Every Voice and Sing”
  26. 34:24 “Harmony in a World of Differences”