New York: Friendship Press, 1957. Hardcover. xiii, 208p, second (revised) edition, unclipped dj, laid in notice of review copy.
Brown, a white academic, was a militant and persuasive voice for racial equality in the Methodist Church. In this volume, she argues that Christianity and racism are incompatible: "Both the church as an institution and the individual Cristian sooner or later must face the fact that paternalism, enforced segregation, injustice, and discrimination based on race are out of harmony with the basic assumptions of Christian belief."