This piece looks at the history the Interdenominational Theological Center, or the ITC, located at 700 Martin Luther King Junior Dr. SW, Atlanta, Georgia, USA., as an African American institution of academic learning with spiritual leanings, connecting the Black experience in America with, or, and, back to, Africa. It examines the relevance of this historically great institution in the lives of black peoples in post-race America.
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