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on experiential learning,immigration reform, helping refugees
Recorded June 25, 2020
At the time, Dennae Pierre was Executive Director, The Surge Network
What are some steps that Christians can take right now to help in the area of racial justice?
You mentioned the importance of moving beyond book learning and into relational learning. What does that look like?
How do you avoid placing an additional burden on undocumented individuals when they help with experiential education programs?
Have you seen the experiential learning programs translate into long term progress?
How has COVID-19 impacted the undocumented communities where you are working?
What are some ways that Christians can help to address the challenges faced by undocumented individuals?
What would your advice be for someone who would like to start something similar to your efforts in Phoenix?
Can you share about the devotional study you are working on?
Is the art project for individuals who are experienced justice activists and also those who are new to the work?
You have also been very involved with promoting Black and Brown partnerships in the Body of Christ. Can you share some about that?
What are some lessons you have learned as you have developed multiethnic partnerships?
The current situation of children being imprisoned on the U.S. border is tragic. Are there some ways that Christians can help that situation?
How can families learn more about fostering children who are caught in that very difficult situation?
What is your advice for people who want to help advocate for racial justice in our political systems?
Is there anything we haven't covered that you think would be good for people to know?
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