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Fanning the Flames of Discontent: The Free Speech Fight of the Kansas City Industrial Workers of the World and the Making of Midwestern Radicalism
This project deals with the free speech fight of 1911 that occurred in Kansas City and was organized and led by the Industrial Workers of the World. The free speech fight serves as a case study in localized Midwestern ...
"Loving all People Regardless of Race, Creed, or Color": James L. Delk and the Lost History of Pentecostal Interracialism
(University of Missouri--Kansas City, 2017)
Many historians of Pentecostalism have observed that following the initial potential for interracial religion among early Pentecostals following the Azusa Street Revival in 1906, most white Pentecostals progressively ...