Elizabeth Jane Manning Black Mormon Pioneer

Elizabeth Jane Manning Black Mormon Pioneer

Potential Matchup Between Black Man and Mormon Poses Dilemma for Bigots  Nowhere to Turn, Disgruntled Haters Say

Potential Matchup Between Black Man and Mormon Poses Dilemma for Bigots Nowhere to Turn, Disgruntled Haters Say

Diary of Two Mad Black Mormons Finding the Lord's Lessons in Everyday Life by Zandra Vranes and Tamu Smith

Diary of Two Mad Black Mormons Finding the Lord's Lessons in Everyday Life by Zandra Vranes and Tamu Smith

Black Mormons and the Politics of Identity

Black Mormons and the Politics of Identity

While many Mormons are rooting for Mitt Romney, minorities within the community are becoming more assertive.

Mary Ann Perkins was a black Mormon pioneer who settled in Bountiful ...

Mary Ann Perkins was a black Mormon pioneer who settled in Bountiful ...

Black Mormons lament that race is taboo topic at church | The Salt Lake Tribune

Black Mormons lament that race is taboo topic at church

Black Mormons lament that race is taboo topic at church | The Salt Lake Tribune

Standing at 6ft-3in with piercing blue eyes, it's not hard to see why the Mormon male model Lucky Blue Smith has more than 800,000 Instagram followers

Meet the 16-year-old Mormon male model with thousands of 'crazy' fans

Standing at 6ft-3in with piercing blue eyes, it's not hard to see why the Mormon male model Lucky Blue Smith has more than 800,000 Instagram followers

SALT LAKE CITY (RNS) Green Flake was in the vanguard company of Mormon pioneers in 1847, driving a wagon into the Salt Lake Valley with LDS prophet Brigham Young, who famously declared Utah to be the right place to build Zion.  But you won’t ...

Forgotten Black Mormons Reclaim Their Place In History Of The LDS Church

SALT LAKE CITY (RNS) Green Flake was in the vanguard company of Mormon pioneers in 1847, driving a wagon into the Salt Lake Valley with LDS prophet Brigham Young, who famously declared Utah to be the right place to build Zion. But you won’t ...

The history of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints with regard to race remains one of the most difficult topics for many members to discuss. As we mark the 39th anniversary of the Church's announcement that all worthy men may receive the priesthood, we share this personal essay written by a black Mormon man.

A Black Mormon Man's Thoughts on Race, Priesthood, and the Church's Essay

The history of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints with regard to race remains one of the most difficult topics for many members to discuss. As we mark the 39th anniversary of the Church's announcement that all worthy men may receive the priesthood, we share this personal essay written by a black Mormon man.

Feeling excluded, black Mormon women ask: 'Do they see me?' | The Salt Lake Tribune

Feeling excluded, black Mormon women ask: 'Do they see me?'

Feeling excluded, black Mormon women ask: 'Do they see me?' | The Salt Lake Tribune

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