My father, Albert B. Cleage Jr aka Jaramogi Abebe Agyeman would have been 107 today if he had not made his transition in 2000. I am re-posting a collage with 100 photographs of him that I did on 2011 today.
Here are links to some of the posts I’ve done about him:
The Fellowship Dinner – One of my favorites, a letter home in which he describes the first church supper after he became Pastor of St. John’s Congregational Church in Springfield Mass. in 1945.
Rebellions Create Strange Leaders – sermon, 1967
Accountability – article, 1967
Cleage for Congress – 1966
How Do We Program For Power? – 1968
6 thoughts on “Remembering my father on his birthday”
Great pictures Kris!
You win the prize of collage compilation – 100 photos! I do love remembering my parents on their birthdays! It’s an honor for them which we should keep alive (I think.)
I am sure we should. And hope our descendants will do the same for us.
Your dad lives on through you. Happy birthday to him.
As yours does through you. Thank you Angella.
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