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|Statement||By Harry Haywood. Report to the eighth convention of the Communist party of the U. S. A., Cleveland, April 2-8, 1934.|
|LC Classifications||E185.61 .H44|
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|Number of Pages||63|
|LC Control Number||44031795|
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Black, feminist, and Latin American theologies of liberation, he wrote, attempt to fundamentally rethink theology from the standpoint of the oppressed. God, after all, is on their side.
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Cone explains why black theology is uniquely improvisational: “Black liberation theology came out of black culture and religion, and it celebrated a new freedom to talk about God and Jesus in a jazz mode, a blues style, and with the sound of the spirituals.
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