From NKAA, Notable Kentucky African Americans Database (main entry)

Hayden, John Carleton

(born: 1933) 

Born in Bowling Green, KY, John C. Hayden has been a clergyman, activist, educator, and historian. He is the son of Otis Roosevelt and Gladys Gatewood Hayden. He is a 1955 graduate of Wayne State University (BA); a 1962 graduate of the University of Detroit [at Mercy] (MA); a 1972 graduate of Howard University (PhD); and a 1991 graduate of the College of Emmanuel (MDiv). In the 1970s, he was an activist for African Americans and social issues. Hayden has taught at several schools, including as a history professor at Howard University and a lecturer at Montgomery College. He has written extensively on African American church history and is the author of Struggle, Strife, and Salvation, the Role of Blacks in the Episcopal Church and a co-author of Black American Heritage through United States Postage Stamps. For more see Who's Who in the World (2001); and Who's Who Among African Americans, 1975-2006.

References

Cited in this Entry

NKAA Source: Struggle, strife, and salvation: the role of blacks in the Episcopal Church
NKAA Source: Black American heritage through United States postage stamps
NKAA Source: Who's who in the world (annual)
NKAA Source: Who's who among African Americans

Social Bookmarking

Cite This NKAA Entry:

“Hayden, John Carleton,” Notable Kentucky African Americans Database, accessed December 18, 2018, http://nkaa.uky.edu/nkaa/items/show/1564.

Last modified: 2017-09-14 23:03:21