Against All Odds: The Struggle for Racial Integration in Religious Organizations

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Religious institutions are among the most segregated organizations in American society. This segregation has long been a troubling issue among scholars and religious leaders alike. Despite attempts to address this racial divide, integrated churches are very difficult to maintain over time. Why is this so? How can organizations incorporate separate racial, ethnic, and cultural groups? Should they? And what are the costs and rewards for people and groups in such organizations? Following up on Michael O. Emerson and ...

Against All Odds: The Struggle for Racial Integration in Religious Organizations 2005, New York University Press, New York

ISBN-13: 9780814722244

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