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The Career of Andrew Schulze: Lutherans and Race in the Civil Rights Era

by Kathryn M. Galchutt

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Andrew Schulze was a white pastor of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod who spent his early ministry serving black mission churches in Springfield, Illinois (1924-1928); St. Louis, Missouri (1928-1947); and Chicago, Illinois (1947-1954). He was an early proponent of integration during these years, fighting continual battles to get black students admitted to Lutheran schools. In the 1930s, he began to lobby to end the mission status of black churches and black schools, a goal which was finally realized in 1947. In 1941 he wrote a treatise on race relations in the church,

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