The Black American Struggle and the Palestinian Experience
Black American struggle

In his memoir Glory to God in the Lowest: Journeys to an Unholy Land, Reverend Donald E. Wagner shares about his journey and five decades as an activist leader. He connects the Black American struggle against racism to the oppression Palestinians experience under Israeli occupation. Purchase the book here. Borrow the book from your local library here.

Category: BOOKS

Title: Reverend Donald E. Wagner, Glory to God in the Lowest: Journeys to an Unholy Land,

Date of publication: 2022

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