Evangelical abolitionists & evangelist DL Moody in Brooklyn, Dominican Memorial Day, Journey in Indonesia & Anthony Bradley on racism
African Americans in Williamsburg & Greenpoint used faith-based leadership to overcome industrialists & others who opposed abolition of slavery.
Evangelical abolitionists in Williamsburg & Greenpoint
Dwight Moody on opening night at the Clermont Rink. Source: New York Public Library Photo Collection.
Evangelicals when Williamsburg turned into a city, Greenpoint into a town and both into Brooklyn
Photo: Tony Carnes/A Journey through NYC religions
Memorial Day at a Dominican neighborhood in Williamsburg, Brooklyn
Islamic woman tells Christian Indonesians that they should get our of her village. The religious rhetoric arose during a property dispute. Photo: A Journey through NYC religions
From the Diary of our first foreign correspondent: How sympathetic objectivity helped me in Indonesia
OpEd: My Story in the White Ghetto