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Morris Henderson received his undergraduate degree from Jackson State University in Jackson, Mississippi. He received a masterís degree in Theology from Virginia Union University school of Theology in Richmond, Virginia.
Henderson completed a doctorate in ministry from Howard University in Washington D.C. in 1992.
Dr. Henderson served as professor of Religious Studies at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia.
He has also been an adjunct Professor of Religion at the Mississippi University for Women in Columbus, Mississippi.
Henderson has served as Executive Director of the Williams Institute of Technology and Humanities, Inc.
Reverend Henderson now serves as Senior Pastor at the 31st Street Baptist Church in Richmond, Virginia.
Dr. Henderson contributed several chapters to the recently released edition of the African American Almanac, a special edition whose general editor is Christopher Brooks, Ph.D. of Virginia Commonwealth University.
No stranger to modern television audiences, Dr. Henderson has appeared on numerous television and cable broadcasts in which he discussed the contributions African-Americans have made regarding America's historical past.