Alice G. Knotts earned her Ph.D. from Iliff School of Theology and the University of Denver. She currently works for Shalom Ministries in Portland, Oregon (1996).
Fellowship of Love: Methodist Women Changing American Racial Attitudes, 1920-1968by Alice Knotts
An astute and insightful history, Fellowship of Love
With a historian's precision and a passion for social justice, Alice Knotts shows in this book how the activities of the Methodist women's movement for civil rights developed decade by decade. Their activities were rarely in the public eye, yet they were shaping and being shaped by events and public opinion.
An astute and insightful history, Fellowship of Love documents the contributions of white Methodist women in the American civil rights struggle. The research for this volume has won the Jessie Lee Prize from the General Commission on Archives and History of The United Methodist Church. It documents in one volume otherwise disparate information important to understanding the contributions of women in the Methodist Church to race struggles in 20th-century America.
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