Antioch A.M.E. Digital Archive

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In this newspaper article, Gayle White writes that Antioch A.M.E. Church's Bishop John Hurst Adams is being transferred to South Carolina, and Bishop Donald G. Ming will take his place.

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This newspaper article discusses the 200th anniversary of Richard Allen breaking from a white church to form the Antioch A.M.E. Church. The article includes a quote from Philadelphia's first African American mayor, W. Wilson Goode who notes that…

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This newspaper article discusses DeKalb Community College Central campus vice president Dr. Powell D. Waite presenting sophomore James Simon with an award for receiving the most individual awards during honor's night.

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In this newspaper article, Dorothy Nix from the DeKalb Historical Society discusses the oral history interview ("I Remember Hour") with Professor Charles M. Clayton about the struggles of being an African American school principal.

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Newspaper article from The Atlanta Constitution about Decatur residents' reactions to the renaming of Oliver Street to Commerce Drive by the Decatur City Commission in 1984. Oliver St. was named after Henry Oliver, a former slave who lived from 1831…

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This newspaper article from the Dekalb News Sun discusses Mother Hannah Burnett and how her church remained significant to the culture of Decatur 66 years after its founding.

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Souvenir program of the eighty-fourth anniversary of the Antioch A.M.E. Church in June 1953. The twenty-six page program features black and white photographs of church leaders and members of the church's various organizations, a brief history of the…

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Black and white photograph of the Antioch A.M.E. Church congregation taken by Joanne Randolph Murphy circa 1955.

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Black and white photograph of the Antioch A.M.E. Church congregation, taken by Joanne Randolph Murphy around circa 1955.

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Black and white photograph taken by Joanne Randolph Murphy of the Antioch A.M.E. choir, circa 1950.
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