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White Lies: A Conversation on White Christian Privilege
August 14, 2020
America’s founding documents proclaim religious equality, but Khyati Joshi, a professor of education at Fairleigh Dickinson University, argues in her new book that white Christian privilege is ubiquitous.
A Conversation on White Christian Privilege August 14, 2020
From Story to History: Growing up Brown in Atlanta
In part one of our interview Dr. Joshi describes how growing up “a brown Hindu girl” in the South informs her notions about white Christian privilege and how it ultimately hurts America.

Shifting the Paradigm Means Saying ‘Merry Christmas’
We continue with Dr. Joshi as she tells host Amber Khan that real religious equality starts with taking the religious observances of people of all faiths -- and no faith -- in stride in the public square.

Equality on Trial: The Courts and White Christian Privilege
In the final part of our interview with Khyati Joshi, she unpacks recent Supreme Court rulings involving religion and asks if the judges came down on the side of equality or if they favored one group – white Christians.

Khyati Y. Joshi Ph.D. Professor of Education at Fairleigh Dickinson University, founder of The Institute for Teaching Diversity and Social Justice, and author – most recently of – White Christian Privilege: The Illusion of Religious Equality in America, from NYU Press.

White Christian Privilege: The Illusion of Religious Equality in America, from NYU Press
White Christian Privelegd: The Illusion of
Religious Equality in America

NYU Press



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