We Shall Not Be Moved examines the Civil Rights movement from the perspective of African-American churches. Serving as the critical centers where strategy was conceived, these churches also provided moral and spiritual support to the thousands actively involved in the cause. Built on testimonies of pastors, church members and other participants, We Shall Not Be Moved recalls the events unique to each church, providing spiritual and historical perspective on their roles in the movement to end racial inequality in America.

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