Moving the Rock: Poverty and Faith in a Black Storefront Church
Mary E. Abrums (Author)
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Moving the Rock portrays several generations of African American women whose families migrated from the South to the Pacific Northwest in the 1940s and 1950s. As members of a small storefront church in central Seattle, these women-grandmothers, mothers, daughters-lean on their faith and church to face the challenges of poverty, racism, ignorance, and health. In the wake of Hurricane Katrina, it is painfully obvious that many of us know little about what it is like to be poor and Black in the United States. These powerful, profound stories bring this group of women and their problems, and joys, vividly and movingly to life.
About the Author
Mary E. Abrums, anthropologist and registered nurse, is associate professor in the nursing program at the University of Washington at Bothell.
- Contributor: Mary E. Abrums
- Imprint: AltaMira Press,U.S.
- ISBN13: 9780759113206
- Number of Pages: 252
- Packaged Dimensions: 154x231x15mm
- Packaged Weight: 408
- Format: Paperback
- Publisher: AltaMira Press,U.S.
- Release Date: 2012-01-10
- Binding: Paperback / softback
- Biography: Mary E. Abrums, anthropologist and registered nurse, is associate professor in the nursing program at the University of Washington at Bothell.