Rev. Fred Shaw on being a black pastor in the Adirondacks

(Sep 25, 2019) The first time Fred Shaw saw the Adirondacks was in January of 1989 - he was there to meet his potential congregation. He was coming from a larger, suburban church in Connecticut that was ethnically, socio- economically, and culturally diverse. In the 2000 US Census, Essex County reported as 95% white. Fred said he was definitely curious as to how he would be received. [full story]

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