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What started out as a Congregational Church in the 50's morphed into the Shrine of the Black Madonna in the late 60's in Detroit, MI. Led by Albert B. Cleage, (a.k.a. Jaramogi Abebe Agyeman).
The Shrine of the Black Madonna as an important center for black theology and political power would grow to become one of the biggest and most influential churches in America for African Americans emphasizing black interpretations of the bible while remaining true to some traditional Protestant teachings.
Its focus was Black Christian Nationalism (BCN). In its 60 plus years of existence, The Shrine of the Black Madonna has been a pillar of strength in the black community by way of education, outreach, social service programs, and organization of black-owned businesses.
The Shrine of the Black Madonna has temples in Detroit, MI., Atlanta, GA., Houston, TX., and Beulah Land located in Calhoun Falls, SC. Joining us tonight for discussion of this historical black church and movement is the second Holy Patriarch of the "Shrine of the Black Madonna" since its existence - Jaramogi Menelik Kamathi!
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