Black Clergy, the GOP and Conservative Values

The Republican Party has had some recent success courting black clergy, reaching out across what some consider a common conservative "moral ground." NPR's Ed Gordon is joined by two ministers who find fault with the GOP "morality" agenda: the Rev. Canon Frederick Williams is rector of the Episcopal Church of the Intercession in New York's Harlem, and Rev. Kelvin Calloway, pastor of the Second AME Church in Los Angeles, Calif.

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