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Richard Allen (bishop) - Wikipedia


Richard Allen (February 14, 1760 – March 26, 1831) was a minister, educator, writer, and one of America's most active and influential black leaders. In 1794 he  ...

Richard Allen, Inc.


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Africans in America/Part 3/Richard Allen - PBS


Richard Allen was born in Philadelphia on February 14, 1760, the slave of Benjamin Chew, a prominent lawyer and Chief Justice of the Commonwealth from ...

Allen, Richard (1760-1831) | The Black Past: Remembered and ...


Born into slavery in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on February 14, 1760, Richard Allen went on to become an educator, writer, minister and founder of the African ...

Richard Allen - Religious Figure, Author, Journalist, Civil Rights ...


Mar 25, 2016 ... Born into slavery, Richard Allen went on to found the first national black church in the United States, the African Methodist Episcopal Church, ...

Richard Allen, Bishop, AME's first leader | African American Registry


*On this date in 1760, Richard Allen was born in Philadelphia. He was a Black religious leader, founder and first bishop of the African Methodist Episcopal (AME ) ...

Richard Allen | Christian History - Christianity Today


Richard Allen and his associate Absalom Jones were the leaders of the black Methodist community in Philadelphia in 1793 when a yellow fever epidemic broke ...

Historic Philadelphia Tour: Mother Bethel A.M.E. Church


The faith that took root in the forest that day would ultimately enable Allen to establish the first AME Church — Mother Bethel. The life of Richard Allen and the  ...

Richard Allen Reviews | Glassdoor


Employee reviews of Richard Allen. 20 Richard Allen employees' insights on work-life balance, senior management, compensation & benefits.

Our History - AME Church


The AMEC grew out of the Free African Society (FAS) which Richard Allen, Absalom Jones, and others established in Philadelphia in 1787. When officials at St.