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'''Black clergy''' in the USA not merely [[black]] members of the [[clergy]] but are seen as a political and social force. Largely Democratic, a few are conservative - and often persecuted by liberal blacks. Black clergy primarily cater to predominantly black congregations, although their willingness to include non-blacks tends to exceed the willingness of white congregations to include blacks.
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'''Black clergy''' in the USA not merely [[black]] members of the [[clergy]] but are seen as a political and social force. Largely [[Democratic Party|Democratic]], a few are [[conservativ]]e - and often persecuted by [[liberal]] blacks. Black clergy primarily cater to predominantly black congregations, although their willingness to include non-blacks tends to exceed the willingness of white congregations to include blacks.

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Black clergy in the USA not merely black members of the clergy but are seen as a political and social force. Largely Democratic, a few are conservative - and often persecuted by liberal blacks. Black clergy primarily cater to predominantly black congregations, although their willingness to include non-blacks tends to exceed the willingness of white congregations to include blacks.