This chapter analyzes the years from 1965-1976 in Americus and Southwest Georgia. It discusses school integration and shifting race relations, the Student Interracial Ministry (SIM), the transition of Koinonia Farm to Koinonia Partners, and the political rise of Jimmy Carter. Even in a changing region, the role of theology remained central, as race and religion continued to influence American politics and American life.
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