The Amen Corner is a play by James Baldwin, which addresses themes of the role of the church in the African-American family and the effect of a poverty born of racial prejudice on the African-American community.
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AmenCorner is a street in the centre of London, England.
The AmenCorner is a play by James Baldwin, which addresses themes of the role of the church in the African-American family and the effect of a poverty born of racial prejudice on the African-American community.
AmenCorner (golf) is the nickname given to the extremely difficult 11th (White Dogwood), 12th (Golden Bell), and 13th (Azalea) water holes at Augusta National Golf Club.
AmenCorner was a successful British pop group, formed in 1966 in Cardiff, Wales.
The band is named after AmenCorner, a small residential area on the edge of Bracknell in Berkshire.
AmenCorner's Decca back catalogue has been reissued as part of 'The Collection' series; and their Immediate work, including their singles, live album and material recorded for an unreleased studio album, on If Paradise Was Half as Nice: The Immediate Anthology.
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