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Dr. Andrew M. Manis

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Board Member

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American Baptist Historical Society
3001 Mercer University Dr.
Atlanta, Georgia 30341
United States

Company Description: The American Baptist Historical Society is the archive and historical interpreter of a major religious denomination -- American Baptist Churches USA-- made up of...   more
Background

Employment History

  • Professor of History
    Middle Georgia State College
  • Associate Professor of History
    Middle Georgia State College
  • Associate Professor of History
    Macon State College
  • Assistant Professor of History
    Macon State College

Education

  • doctorate degree
    Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
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Web References
Racial Reconciliation: From the ...
abhsarchives.org, 11 Oct 2014 [cached]
Racial Reconciliation: From the Emancipation Proclamation to Trayvon Martin, a lecture by Dr. Andrew M. Manis.
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www.abpnews.com, 28 Aug 2013 [cached]
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Andrew Manis is associate professor of history at Middle Georgia State College in Macon, Ga.
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Making dreams come true By Andrew Manis
Political Notes
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Andrew M. Manis is associate professor of history at Macon State College in Georgia and wrote this for an editorial in the Macon Telegraph. Andrew M. Manis: "When Are WE Going to Get Over It?" By ireporttwo | Posted January 7, 2009 | Louisiana
I do not know Professor Andrew M. Manis, but I must say that his statements and point of view is very interesting and profound. Most notably, I can truly appreciate this portion of his VERY sensible view:
BPL News Release Before You Travel On: Reflections on the Fortieth Anniversary Of the Birmingham Civil Rights Movement Speakers
www.bplonline.org, 16 Dec 2008 [cached]
Andrew M. Manis is assistant professor of history at Macon State College in Macon, Georgia. He previously served as editor for Religion and Southern Studies at Mercer University Press and taught in the College of Liberal Arts at Mercer University in Georgia. Manis has also taught at Xavier University in New Orleans and Averett College in Virginia. He is the author of Civil Religions in Conflict: Black and White Baptists and Civil Rights, 1947-1957 (University of Georgia Press, 1987), A Fire You Can't Put Out: The Civil Rights Life of Birmingham's Reverend Fred Shuttlesworth (University of Alabama Press, 1999), recipient of the Lillian Smith book award, and co-editor of Birmingham Revolutionaries: The Reverend Fred Shuttlesworth and the Alabama Christian Movement for Human Rights (Mercer University Press, 2000).
Manis will present the March 17th lecture The Civil Rights Life of Birmingham's Fred Shuttlesworth.
"Tremont, along with First Baptist ...
www.gpb.org, 17 Nov 2013 [cached]
"Tremont, along with First Baptist Church and Steward Chapel, those churches became the nerve center of the (civil rights) movement," local historian Andrew Manis said. Manis, a Middle Georgia State College history professor, authored the book "Macon Black and White: An Unutterable Separation in the American Century."
"Whoever was pastor of these churches, especially a church like Tremont, which was downtown, would have some significant influence in the black community of a city like Macon from the 1880s on," he said.
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Still, Manis said Tremont is a historic building that should be preserved.
Manis, who is white, says that because many of the white churches in Macon did not support integration during the civil rights movement, he proposes a kind of reparation so to speak.
"Put some money in a pot to preserve the building. ... Let white congregations lead the way in that, and if that would happen then this silly idea of replacing a historic church with a (Dunkin' Donuts) could lead to some action on the part of the white community in Macon."
Manis said that could be an opportunity for white churches to say: "We were wrong then, but we can be right now."
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