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A Way Out of No Way: The Spiritual Memoirs of Andrew Young

The stirring spiritual memoirs of Andrew Young–civil rights activist, minister, and statesman–show how God’s hand led him through some of the most significant experiences of 20th-century America. Filled with eyewitness anecdotes, this is a vivid account of the civil rights struggle, told from a faith perspective. (Cover Title)

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Andrew Young on The Hour with George Stroumboulopoulos

April will be “Whiteness History Month” at a community college in Portland, Oregon, where faculty and staff wanted to come up with a new way to teach about race and racism. Unlike Black History Month, which is observed nationally, the project at Portland Community College “is not a celebratory endeavor,” according to the school’s website. Rather, “it is an effort to change our campus climate” in a way that critically examines white privilege and racial power structures. PCC faced backlash on
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A Conversation with Andrew Young

On April 30, 2011 at the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery, Andrew Young was interviewed by his longtime friend Jack H. Watson Jr. Ambassador Young discussed his role in the American civil rights movement. Jack Watson is chair of the National Portrait Gallery’s Commission, and served as chief of staff for President Jimmy Carter. Andrew Young’s portrait by the artist Rossin was added to the Portrait Gallery’s collections, and can be seen in the exhibition “The Struggle for Justice” on
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African American Mayors Conference of Black Mayors

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