The great American Frederick Douglass maintained a close relationship with Adventists throughout his fascinating and eventful life.
This is the final installment in the series highlighting the experiences of three African American Adventists who faced racial injustice in America while taking public transportation.
No sooner had the Black lawyer settled into this seat when the conductor, a white man, appeared before him, gruffly informing him that he had to move to the Jim Crow car.
Jabez Campbell viewed the racist brutality that he endured on the train in light of Christ’s second coming. At the time the incident occurred in March 1843, Campbell and the Millerites anticipated...