By Joy R. Bostic

African-American woman Mysticism: 19th Century spiritual Activism is a vital book-length remedy of African-American woman mysticism. the first matters of this ebook are 3 icons of black woman spirituality and spiritual activism - Jarena Lee, Sojourner fact, and Rebecca Cox Jackson.

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