LEO – American Slaves, Inc.

A photo essay to accompany Michael L. Jones’ feature story on American Slaves, Inc., it’s founder Norris Shelton and the First Church of American Slaves. The story appeared on the cover of the Nov. 16, 2011 issue of the LEO Weekly in Louisville, Ky.

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Michael Jones wrote a follow-up to this story for the LEO Weekly, Mr. Silk goes to Frankfort