Eddie Glaude on Black Religious Life and Politics: Parts 2 and 3

In part two and three of this five-part interview series between William S. Tod Professor of Religion and African-American Studies at Princeton University Eddie Glaude and Emory University PhD student Timothy Rainey II, Glaude discusses how African-American religious life can facilitate a response to political problems and he introduces a key concept called the “value gap,” or, “belief that white people are valued more than others,” from his latest book Democracy in Black. 

Part 2

Part 3

Click here to watch the introduction to the interview series. 

Click the book cover for more information on Democracy in Black.