Tuesday, July 2, 2013

The genre of the Black Spiritual: the music that preserves the memory of pain but also continues to give hope today.


One of the privilege of writing a column on religion is not only writing on what one knows about but also learning from new experiences. Religion in American life is full of rich history. And living in the south is one place where history is alive and well in America. I am on the road again and I am blessed to bring to my readers my recent experience listening to an amazing choral group. Take a read and tell me what you think.