Remembering Archbishop Carl Bean, AIDS activist, Motown singer
BALTIMORE, MD (WEAA)— Archbishop Carl Bean, AIDS activist and former Motown musician has died.
The Baltimore native passed away September 7 at the age of 77.
He was the founding Prelate of the Unity Fellowship Church Movement which provided a safe space for gay people to worship.
“He had a heart bigger than the universe”
Two Way Talk hosts Anthony McCarthy and Cara Williams are joined by family and a close friend of Archbishop Bean who reflect on his life and legacy.