From Trinity Church in Chicago: Obama, Rev Wright and the politics of 'love thy neighbor'

Obama, Wright, and the Black church

May 10, 2008

Dr. Hopkins says that most church members agree with Wright, but support the candidacy of Obama. There are substantive differences on what it means to be a patriot and racism in America, but the congregation will not allow itself to be divided.

Obama, Wright, and the Black church

May 10, 2008

Dr. Hopkins asks if Obama can live up to his rhetoric and if the 'movement' for change will be able to push an Obama presidency in a more progressive direction.

Obama, Wright, and the Black Church

May 10, 2008

Prof. Dwight Hopkins of the University of Chicago talks to Paul Jay about Rev. Wright’s statements about Farrakhan and AIDS, and the effect his comments have had on Senator Obama’s presidential campaign.

Trinity United church sermon (1 of 2)

May 10, 2008

Rev. Moss speaks to Trinity congregation about the Rev. Wright Obama controversy.

Trinity United church sermon (2 of 2)

May 10, 2008

Prof. Dwight Hopkins of the University of Chicago talks to Paul Jay about Rev. Moss’ rejection of the divided and conquer mentality that threatens to polarize their community and separate Obama and Rev. Wright.