Lecture by R. Khari Brown: Race, Religion, and Black Lives Matter


Location: B101 Jenkins Nanovic


Dr. R. Khari Brown is a sociology professor at Wayne State University and the President of the Society for the Scientific Study of Religion. His research explores how race impacts the relationship between religion and social-political behaviors and attitudes.

He is a co-investigator of National Politics Study, a bi-annual study that assesses American political attitudes and behaviors and religious life, funded by the Louisville institute, the Issachar Fund, and the University of Michigan.

Dr. R. Khari Brown Poster

Originally published at sociology.nd.edu.