2 edition of Interview with Charleszetta Waddles found in the catalog.
Interview with Charleszetta Waddles
|Statement||[conducted by Marcia McAdoo Greenlee].|
|Series||Black women oral history project -- [no.49], Black women oral history project -- no. 49.|
|Contributions||Greenlee, Marcia M.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 71, ii leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||71|
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Rev. Charleszetta "Mother" Waddles In an interview with Newsweek magazine, she said, “We’re trying to show what the church could mean to the world if it lived by what it preached. I read the. Interview with Charleszetta Waddles: March 28 by Charleszetta Waddles (Book) Interviews of the Black Interview with Charleszetta Waddles book Oral History Project by Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America ().
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Charleszetta “Mother” Waddles (–), an independent African American Christian minister who operated the Perpetual Mission for Saving Souls of All Nations in Detroit, Michigan. It argues that Mother Waddles sought to reshape and repurpose the spiritual rhetoric of New Thought theology—especially the concept of “positive thinking Author: Vaughn A.
Booker. Charleszetta Waddles (October 7, - J ), also known as Mother Waddles, was an African-American activist, Pentecostal church minister, and founder of Mother Waddles Perpetual Mission, an independent church in Detroit that provides support, such as food, clothing and other basic services to Detroit's poor.
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2 5/5(1). Reverend Charleszetta (Mother) Waddles, an African American woman with an eighth-grade education, founded a comprehensive social services agency, the Perpetual Mission, that serves the low-income communities of Detroit. Mother Waddles, a St. Louis, Missouri, native who moved to Detroit inwas age 40 and had ten children of her own at the.
Charleszetta "Mother" Waddles, a self-educated mother of 10 who rose from poverty to found one of Detroit's most respected charities, died at home Thursday. Mother Charleszetta Waddles received numerous city, state and national honors during her lifetime.
She was motivated with the desire to love and help people. “ anyone can lose their job and need assistance ” It happened to her, but it did not keep her down. She.
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Waddles, Charleszetta "Mother" (07 October –12 July ), African-American activist and Pentecostal church minister, was born Charleszetta Lena Campbell in St. Louis, Missouri, the daughter of Henry Campbell, a barber, and Ella Brown.
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Datasets available include LCSH, BIBFRAME, LC Name Authorities, LC Classification, MARC codes, PREMIS vocabularies, ISO language codes, and more. (Mother Waddles) Charleszetta Campbell Waddle was an African-American administrator and churchwoman. She was one of seven children of Henry and Ella Brown Campbell, only three of the seven children lived to adulthood.
Her father died in and with her mothers failing health a factor, Campbell left school in the Burial: Elmwood Cemetery, Detroit, Wayne. Mother Waddles devoted much of her life to assisting the poor and destitute in many ways. Born Charleszetta Lena Campbell on October 7, in Saint Louis, Missouri, she was the eldest of seven children.
Soon after her father passed away, and with her mother in poor health, she dropped out of school at the age of 12 to help support her the age of 36, Waddles began.Charleszetta Waddles known as Mother Waddles, was an African-American activist, Pentecostal church minister, founder of Mother Waddles Perpetual Mission, an independent church in Detroit that provides support, such as food and other basic services to Detroit's poor.
She is listed in the Michigan Women's Hall of Fame for her contributions to Social Work and Mission Work in the Detroit area.Waddles, Charleszetta (–)African-American religious leader and humanitarian.
Name variations: Reverend Mother Charleszetta Waddles; Mother Waddles; Charleszetta Lena Campbell. Born Charleszetta Lena Campbell on October 7,in St. Source for information on Waddles, Charleszetta (–): Women in World History: A Biographical Encyclopedia dictionary.