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on pros / cons of multiracial churches, White Christian activists, partnerships
Recorded July 10, 2020
At the time, Katelin Hansen was Director of Operations, Community Development for All People
Can you share about your background and the work you have been a part of?
What are some key steps that Christians can take to promote racial justice?
How do you become passionate about issues of racial justice?
Many White people pay a price when they stand for racial justice. Have you experienced that?
We're filming this in July 2020. What will it take for the recent racial justice protests to produce significant change?
You have been doing this work for a long time. What has kept you going?
Is it possible for Whiteness to still be centered in a congregation that is 50% White and 50% Black?
I'm sure you are familiar with the concept of moral licensing. Do you find it at work in your congregation?
Can you tell us about your creative activism efforts?
How can Christians be involved with addressing housing and school segregation?
Is there anything else you would like to share?
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