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What does AME stand for?

AME stands for African Methodist Episcopal (Church)

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At the Mirage, he'll help introduce a new PBS "American Experience" documentary on the Freedom Riders, before helping the First African Methodist Episcopal Church catalogs were for the outhouse.
Obama, First Lady Michelle Obama and daughters Sasha and Malia joined the 2,500-strong congregation at the Allen Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church in the mostly-black Anacostia area of southeast Washington.
That includes demonstrating that the gay community wants to be inclusive, said the Reverend Leonard Jackson of Los Angeles's First African Methodist Episcopal Church and past president of the Los Angeles Council of Churches.
2) (p 5) Yet, in spite of these restrictions, Harris observes, African-Americans were initially able to sustain a unified community in New York City through celebrations (such as that commemorating the end of international slave trade in 1806), mutual-aid societies and churches (such as the African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church and the African Society), and eateries, taverns and dance halls (such as Thomas Downing's Oyster Bar on Broad Street).
In addition to the development of Municipal Lot 1, the City is working with the Macedonia African Methodist Episcopal Church, located on the Eastern edge of the site, to develop affordable housing on a half-acre parcel north of the Church.
ITEM: "Speaking to the African Methodist Episcopal Church world conference in Indianapolis" Democratic' presidential candidate John Kerry, "called for 'a new era of responsibility' that asks as much of government as it does of citizens.