Rev. Mark Whitlock, executive director of the USC Cecil Murray Center for Community Engagement, spoke at the Biola University Chapel on February 16, 2012. His speech was the keynote address for Black History Month
VideoRev. Mark Whitlock on Black History – Biola University Chapel
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