African Christian Union
African Christian Union was an organization proposed in Natal by Joseph Booth in 1896 to establish industrial missions that were intended to be the initial phase of a vast programme of African development, managed by Africans. The proposal was seriously discussed by Zulu leaders, however was ultimately rejected.
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