In a Shade of Blue
Eddie Glaude, Jr., talked about his book In a Shade of Blue: Pragmatism and the Politics of Black America, published by the University Of Chicago Press. He also spoke about the 2008 presidential race. Professor Glaude teaches religion and African American Studies at Princeton University and is a founding member and senior fellow at the Jamestown Project. He responded to telephone calls and electronic mail. close
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