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Religion, Race and Gender in the 2020 Political Landscape

Dr. Melissa Borja (University of Michigan) answers the question “What is your sense of the best way to understand religion’s role at the intersection of race and gender in today’s political landscape?” This clip was taken from “Religion &” Episode 1, October 15, 2020.


The Center for the Study of Religion and American Culture

Community College, Public College or University, Private College or University, Seminary
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Intro, Undergraduate Course
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Religious Studies

Atheism/Agnosticism/Skepticism, Buddhism, Catholic, General Comparative Traditions, Hinduism, Indigenous, Islam, Judaism, New Religious Movements, Other Christianities, Other Traditions, Protestant
Religous Tradition

Class/Power, Gender/Women/ Sexuality, Politics/Law/Government, Race/Ethnicity, Nationalism/War/Civil Religion

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