Teach-In for Racial Justice
 
Racial Inequality and Religion in the U.S.

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Racial Inequality and Religion in the U.S.

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A conversation with Dr. Patrick Mason, American religious historian and the Leonard J. Arrington Chair of Mormon History and Culture at USU. Dr. Mason discusses the ways religion has been used to justify and exacerbate racial inequality as well as the ways religious communities have bridged racial divides to move us closer to racial justice. This conversation is moderated by Dr. Christy Glass, the Interim Director of the Center for Intersectional Gender Studies & Research.

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Utah State University

Publication Date

9-9-2020

Keywords

racial inequality, religion, U.S., USU

Racial Inequality and Religion in the U.S.

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