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The Politically Incorrect Sermon Erased From History

Henry Highland Garnet was a trailblazer, a prominent man of great faith, and the first black man to officially speak in Congress. Does his name even ring a bell? In the second installment of a special series for Black History Month, Glenn Beck and historian David Barton took a deeper look at Ganet's historic, two-hour sermon that has virtually been erased from history.

Watch the full episode here: The Vault | S2:E6 – Black History Part 2

Do Your Homework

Below is a compilation of research that went into the making of this episode, complete with links to original sources so you can do your own homework. As you watch, consider the following questions:

1. How politically incorrect was Henry Garnet's sermon?

2. What four churches used the U.S. Capitol for services?

3. How does Garnet's sermon dispel common misconceptions about Thomas Jefferson?

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