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A History of the Black Women's Caucus of Union Theological Seminary

Taylor, Anna

This thesis deals with the formation of the Black Women's Caucus of Union Theological Seminary. Its major premise is this: the Black Women's Caucus formed in response to the seminary's insensitivity to the needs of Black women at Union; an insensitivity that resulted from the political structure of the seminary. It did not form solely as a reaction to the male chauvinism of black males or the sexism of the Black Caucus.

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Union Theological Seminary
M.Div., Union Theological Seminary
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July 10, 2017
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