Rev. John L. Scott's story is that of preacher, pastor, scholar, civil rights leader and family member.
His captivating biography gives readers a remarkable perspective of his role in the African-American struggle
for civil rights and social and political justice over a half century.
He began his ministry as a full-time pastor at New Ahoskie Baptist Church in Ahoskie, North Carolina, from 1967 to 1969.
Just as the battlefield for civil rights called the Birmingham Movement was ending, Scott saw that experience
catapult him to become active in major social justice programs throughout America over the next five decades.
EXCERPT FROM REV. JOHN L. SCOTT'S CIVIL RIGHTS VOICE FOR THE OPPRESSED
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