Women's Civic Clubs, all over America, are a clear reflection of Protestant Christian values to nurture and inspire community in Christ. Without women who fellowship with each other for a purpose to generate goodness, ... the often used term of "community" is mere hype. Cora Lee Hill Atkins believed that possibilities of community came into existence for humanity by body and spirit of Jesus Christ, and without purposes rooted in the good news of helping HIM, ... gatherings are without lasting substance and soon die.
Colored Women's Civic Clubs were most conspicuous by their absence in neighborhoods where women and even mothers do not generally like their neighbors and sons often grow to envy, hate or even kill the sons and daughters of their neighborhood mothers.
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