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on community and family engagement, difficult conversations, practical steps
Recorded June 8, 2020
At the time, Kathy Khang was Speaker, writer, consultant
What are some practical things that Christians can do right now to help in the area of racial justice?
What are some examples of being involved with justice activism with neighbors?
What is your perspective on the racial justice activism that is taking place this summer?
How can the current energy around racial justice be sustained for the long haul?
Many people who are new to racial justice work are surprised to find how quickly the conversations can get heated. What is your advice for them?
You mentioned some ways we can work toward racial justice with our friends and family. Do you have recommendations for actions at city, state, and national levels?
Do you have recommendations for promoting racial justice within a denomination?
What is your advice for people who feel overwhelmed by all of the work that needs to be done to bring about change?
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