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Exodus Religion Race and Nation in Early Nineteenth Century Black AmericaBlack and white Americans and the concepts of nation it generated He then traces the roles that Exodus played in the National Negro Convention movement from its first meeting in to when the convention decided—by one vote—against supporting Henry Highland Garnet's call for slave insurrection Exodus reveals the deep historical roots of debates over African American national identity that continue to rage today It will engage anyone interested in the story of black nationalism and the promise of African American religious culture.