Religious Racism

The United Nations World Conference Against Racism began Friday in Durban, South Africa. The conference agenda seeks to explore how cultural and economic factors create racism. NPR Religion Correspondent Duncan Moon explores how religion has been used in American history to support racist attitudes. (8:12) Check out comprehensive NPR News coverage of the UN World Conference Against Racism.



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