Play honors life of early African-American Latter-day Saint
June 7th, 2010 @ 10:53pm
By Carole Mikita
SALT LAKE CITY — African-American Latter-day Saints are remembering an important anniversary in their faith and honoring the memory of pioneer Jane Manning James with an up-coming play about her life. …
2 thoughts on “I am Jane – article & video on play Jul 22 – 31 in Provo”
Your special commitment to getting the message along ended up being pretty functional and has in most cases encouraged girls just like me to attain their aims.
I learned of the I am Jane play as I was searching for answers on the blacks and Mormanism.
I grew up in Utah, where as you can imagine there was not very much of a mixed congragation.
The “black” thing was never an issue becuase they were never around. Then I went to Weber state, brought a friend home to dinner, and was promptly told never to do that again.
I am in Love with a fantastic black man, who is spiritual and whom I would eventually like to marry. He was told about the church and because of the “Black thing” he chose not to pursue.
I am so glad I have found your website. I remember sitting on my kitchen floor, watching T.V, mom doing dishes when the announcement came over about all worthy members and the priesthood
What a wonderful day.
I have never seen color, and never will
G_D bless everyone here and prayers on angels wings to the Mercy Seat and G-D’s ear.
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