Kayla Schott-Bresler earned her MA in history from the
University of Washington in 2013 and her BA from Occidental College in 2009.
She studies inequality, policy, and the market in the twentieth-century United States. She is also working on a side project about motherhood and anti-communism during the Cold War.
Pilgrim Baptist Church in Saint Paul, Minnesota, is the oldest African American church in the state of Minnesota. A group of escaped slaves began worshiping together in 1863, and under the leadership of fellow escaped slave Robert Thomas Hickman, the church officially became Pilgrim Baptist … Read MorePilgrim Baptist Church, Saint Paul, Minnesota (1863- )