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[Koinonia Farm recordings]

Repository: Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Archives and Special Collections

Collection Description (CRHP): This collection consists of recordings pertaining to Clarence and Florence Jordan and their work with Koinonia Farm in Americus, Georgia. The Koinonia Farm is a Christian community that has historically embraced an anti-racist stance. Clarence Jordan founded it. Included in this collection are interviews of both Clarence and Florence Jordan as well as a related chapel address and two classroom lectures.

Digital Status: No

Extent: 2 video cassettes; 2 sound tape reels; 1 sound cassette

Language: English

Related Archival Items: The Koinonia Farm web site has a history center that includes more information about Clarence and Florence Jordan as well as oral histories. See: http://www.koinoniapartners.org/past.html.

The Southern Baptist Historical Library and Archives in Nashville also has related material.

Interviewees: Clarence Jordan, Florence Jordan

Rights (CRHP): Contact the repository which holds the collection for information on rights

Subjects:

Civil rights movements--Georgia
Civil rights movements--Southern States
Civil rights workers--Georgia
Civil rights--Religious aspects--Christianity
Clergy
Communal living
Koinonia Farm
Southern Baptist Theological Seminary

Genres:

Interviews
Lectures
Sound recordings
Speeches
Videorecordings

 

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