Diary of Two Mad Black Mormons (Hardcover) Finding the Lord's Lessons in Everyday Life

Diary of Two Mad Black Mormons: Finding the Lord's Lessons in Everyday Life by Zandra Vranes, Tamu Smith

Christmas, LDS, Mormon, temple, 8x10, original art, print, gold, black, Mormon art

Christmas, LDS, Mormon, temple, 8x10, original art, print, gold, black, Mormon art

For many black Mormons, racism is a bigger issue than sexism | The Salt Lake Tribune

For many black Mormons, racism is a bigger issue than sexism

Miles Kirkland-Thomas, who was late for football practice, was ordered by his coach to run sprints and suddenly dropped dead right after.

Church History Sheds Light on the Original Meaning of Tithing

Church History & The Original Meaning of Tithing

Race and Priesthood – A Lesson by a Mormon Bishop

Jane Elizabeth Manning, a black Mormon pioneer, was probably the most famous black Mormon until Gladys Knight joined the church.

Black Mormons lament that race is taboo topic at church | The Salt Lake Tribune

Black Mormons lament that race is taboo topic at church

Black Mormons Lament that Race is Taboo Topic at Church, Salt Lake Tribune article, Dec 9 Religion

Black Mormons Assess Church’s Racial Progress - The New York Times

Black Mormons Assess Church’s Racial Progress

Black Mormons discussed the challenges of belonging to a predominantly white religion during a university conference on Friday.

On 37th anniversary of priesthood ban's end, black Mormons say race issues still need attention | The Salt Lake Tribune  #BlkLDS37

On 37th anniversary of priesthood ban's end, black Mormons say race issues still need attention

On 37th anniversary of priesthood ban's end, black Mormons say race issues still need attention | The Salt Lake Tribune #BlkLDS37

Christmas, LDS, Mormon, temple, original art, print, linoprint, 8x10, gold, black, Mormon art

Christmas, LDS, Mormon, temple, original art, print, linoprint, 8x10, gold, black, Mormon art

Feeling excluded, black Mormon women ask: 'Do they see me?' | The Salt Lake Tribune

Feeling excluded, black Mormon women ask: 'Do they see me?'

Feeling excluded, black Mormon women ask: 'Do they see me?

An important post celebrating an extremely important event. "Let Her Enter" by East River Lady

Today we’re looking at a little known event in Mormon history, the story of Jane Elizabeth Manning James. Jane was a ‘free black’ who joined the Church in the late and ended up crossing the .

Mary Ann Perkins was a black Mormon pioneer who settled in Bountiful ...

Daughter of Franklin Perkins husband of Jane Elizabeth Manning James), & another wife of Sylvester James/Perkins. Mary Ann & Sylvester got married before their parents (Jane & Franklin) did. Sylvester also had wed Martha Ann Stevens.

What Not To Say To Black Mormons In Church

What Not To Say To Black Mormons In Church

"Sistas in Zion" explain the do's and don'ts.

"Jane Manning James, the first documented black woman to come to the Utah territory as a Mormon pioneer (she traveled with a group of women, traversing some 800 miles on foot)." Caption from http://www.popmatters.com/pm/post/154974-nobody-knows-the-untold-story-of-black-mormons-on-doc-channel-221/

Jane Manning James: An Independent Mind by Margaret Blair Young. "I want to say right here that my faith in the gospel of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is as strong today—nay it is if possible stronger—than it was the day I was first baptized.

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