A day after riots engulfed Ferguson, Mo., protesters gathered there again and in cities across America last night. Many demonstrated peacefully, while others resorted to violence. The Daily Signal interviewed two religious leaders about the unrest.

In the interview above, Bishop Harry Jackson, founder of the High Impact Leadership Coalition in Beltsville, Md., weighs in from Ferguson on why white Americans and black Americans view the case of police officer Darren Wilson differently.

And below, Jesse Johnson, pastor of Immanuel Bible Church in Springfield, Va., discusses why race continues to be a deep-seated problem in America.

The Daily Signal’s Alex Anderson produced the two videos.