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Sermon given by Lewis Killian on his experience as a white Southerner speaking in support of the action of "our Special General Convention". This Convention proposed to give $200,000 to the United Conference of Black Churchmen with the possibility and hope that it would be passed on to the Black Economic Development Conference.
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