Listening to black leaders, not more news

Amongst the many voices of protests are good people, men and women made in the image of God, and that’s the most important thing. People are more valuable than property, dignity more than doctrines, empathy more than examination. Listen to these voices I’ve found to be helpful to better understand what it’s like to be in their shoes—

Having The Talk

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The talk. You've gotta have it. You must have it. Please have it. I had it. I gave it. I am still alive. Did you have it or give it in some form? True Gracism is not just understanding our collective hopes & dreams, but it is sharing our current realities. #embracegracism

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Interviews & Sermons

Interconnected: Confronting Racial Prejudice between Asian American and African American communities,” is an AAPI Heritage Month Panel Series co-hosted by the Asian American Christian Collaborative and Be the Bridge.

This 3-part series maps out the history of inter-minority conflict between Asian Americans and African Americans; it addresses the problem of racial biases from a biblical perspective; and, finally, it considers paths of healing and solidarity moving forward. Our aim is to educate, equip, and empower African American and Asian American Christians to think historically, biblically and humbly about their relationships with each other, and for these truths to open up new pathways for conversations, bridge building, and discipleship.