Josef Sorett

Columbia University

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Assistant Professor of Religion and African American Studies at Columbia University

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Since this morning, when we first recorded our broadcast of To the Point, the Southern Baptist Convention  elected its first black president . The  Rev.

Southern Baptist Convention Elects Its First Black President

Since this morning, when we first recorded our broadcast of To the Point, the Southern Baptist Convention elected its first black president . The Rev.

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The  Southern Baptist Convention , born before the Civil War in defense of slavery, was a bastion of white supremacists through the civil rights movement and into the 1990's.

The Southern Baptist Convention Makes History

The Southern Baptist Convention , born before the Civil War in defense of slavery, was a bastion of white supremacists through the civil rights movement and into the 1990's.

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