Daemen College Campus Ministry Celebrates Black History

Daemen College Campus Ministry Celebrates Black History

February 14, 2011


Contact:  Daemen College Campus


                 Wick Center




           Daemen College Campus Ministry will present an event celebrating Rev. Dr. Howard Thurman’s book, Deep River: Reflections on the Religious Insight of Certain of the Negro Spirituals, featuring the Daemen Gospel Choir “Voices of Zion,” together with Bro. Williams Salter, Sr., under the direction of Min. Yusef Morris.




           This event will take place 7:00 p.m., Monday, February 28, 2011, in Alumni Lounge in Wick Center on the Daemen campus, 4380 Main Street, in Amherst. The performances are free and open to the public.




           Rev. Dr. Howard Thurman (11/18/1900 – 4/10/1981) was an influential American author, poet, philosopher, theologian, mystic, educator, and civil rights leader. The Rev. Dr. Howard Thurman founded The Church for the Fellowship of All Peoples, Howard Thurman the first interracial interfaith congregation in the U.S.   Howard Thurman

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