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3 Myths About Black Atheists That Prove They Need Better Representation — Everyday Feminism January 2, 2015

Posted by sandyclaus in Atheism.
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What’s more, religion has played a significant role in black community, civic life, and organizing. People can easily name black civil rights leaders strongly affiliated with Christianity and Islam, as Martin Luther King, Jr. and Malcolm X were respectively.

However, the fact that nonbelievers have also played a significant role in shaping black history gets downplayed and eclipsed.

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