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Black participants, regardless of how strongly they identified racially, perceived a Black Atheist as "less Black" and less trustworthy than a Black Christian or someone whose religious affiliation was unknown.

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Black participants, regardless of how strongly they identified racially, perceived a Black Atheist as "less Black" and less trustworthy than a Black Christian or someone whose religious affiliation was unknown.

3 months ago
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