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religious publishing company editor , writer

George Morris Daniels, former religious publishing company editor, writer. Recipient Page One award Chicago Newspaper Guild, 1955; named to Hall of Fame, United Methodist Association Communicators, 1990; Ralph Stoody fellow, 1969; magazine grantee Columbia University, South America, 1970.

Background

Daniels, George Morris was born on July 9, 1927 in St. Louis. Son of Stafford Cecil and Hattie W. (Nichols) Daniels.

Education

Bachelor in Journalism, Drake University, 1951. Master of Arts in Journalism, Columbia University, 1970.

Career

Associate news director, United Methodist Board Missions, 1961-1967;director interpretive services, United Methodist Board Global Ministries, 1967-1981;executive editor New World Outlook, United Methodist Board Global Ministries, 1981-1989;editor, Renewal magazine, New York City, 1974-1976;free-lance writer, New York City, since 1989. Specialist in African and Caribbean affairs.

Works

  • book

  • Other Work

    • Author: The Church in New Nations, 1964. Editor: Southern Africa: A Time for Change, 1969, Drums of War: The Continuing Crisis in Rhodesia, 1974.

Membership

Member United Nations Association New York (board directors since 1990), Columbia University Graduate School Journalism National Alumni Association (president 1983-1985), Society Professional Journalists, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Alpha Phi Alpha.

Connections

Married Cecilia Adams, 1959 (divorced 1960). 1 child, Margaret Ann. Married June Aline Smith, July 20, 1961 (divorced 1973).

1 child, Lisa Marguerite.

father:
Stafford Cecil Daniels

mother:
Hattie W. (Nichols) Daniels

spouses:
Cecilia Adams

June Aline Smith

children:
Margaret Ann Daniels

Lisa Marguerite Daniels