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Rosa Young (1) [1890–1971]

This page covers the author of Light in the Dark Belt; The Story of Rosa Young as Told by Herself.

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Known as the "mother of Black Lutheranism in central Alabama" and a strong advocate of education for rural children, Rosa Young (1890-1971) was instrumental in founding and promoting the development of Lutheran schools and congregations in Alabama's Black Belt.

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