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Faith and the Faithful dialogue in Gaston Hall

Faith and the Faithful

The place of faith and the roles of the faithful in U.S. politics are often misunderstood and neglected, generate confusion and conflict, and are changing and challenging both religious communities and political leaders and parties. This series of dialogues, partially co-sponsored by the Georgetown Institute of Politics and Public Service, explores the intersection of faith, politics, and public life.


Panelist Justin Giboney

Faith, Race, and Politics

In a polarized nation, faith, race, and politics can be divisive topics on their own. Bringing them together can be explosive. This Public Dialogue sought to explore the intersections of faith, race, and politics in the United States in ways that can inform and engage, rather than pull us apart.


Faith, Race, and Politics (Video)

October 2, 2019

Duration: 1 hour 35 minutes

Faith and the Faithful in the 2020 Campaign (Video)

May 22, 2019

Duration: 1 hour 34 minutes

Faith and the Faithful in the Democratic Party (Video)

June 18, 2018

Duration: 1 hour 37 minutes