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on art and justice activism, addressing pain and anger, tokenism
Recorded July 15, 2020
At the time, Lecrae Moore was Rapper, songwriter, record producer
What are some steps that Christians can take to work toward racial justice?
Can you share about the school that you are helping with?
You mentioned the importance of working toward policy changes. Can you share more about that?
Can you share more about the dangers of being co-opted by a political party?
Do you have any advice for other artists that want to use their talents to promote racial justice?
When you took a stand for racial justice you lost some fans. Do you feel like it was worth it?
Why do you think people often experience strong pushback when they speak up about racial justice?
You have described racism like it is the smog that we breathe. Can you explain what you mean by that?
Can you share about the powerful music video that you recently created?
Are you hopeful right now?
You have been transparent about how the racism you have observed among Christians has challenged your own faith. Can you share about that?
Sadly, many young people are leaving the church over justice issues. Is that an important issue for Christians to understand and address?
How often do you get pushback where people question how you can be a Christian with all of the racial injustice in the church?
You have been involved with many Christian events and organizations. Have you found that tokenism is a common issue?
Can you explain more what you mean by virtue signaling?
Roughly what percentage of the predominantly white Christian organizations you have been around are following a power sharing model versus a virtue signaling model?
Can you share more about what you mean by golden handcuffs?
You know a lot about these issues. How have you grown in your understanding?
Is there anything we have not discussed that you think would be good for Christians to know?
What gives you the most hope right now in terms of racial justice efforts?
on power sharing, self care for people of color, controversial terminology
on Asian Christians, interracial dynamics, anti-Asian prejudice
on the Doctrine of Discovery, empire and Christianity, reparations
on community activism, living in proximity, following the leadership of people of color
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on building diverse leadership teams, finding mentors, structural change
on organizational change, white dominance, signs of progress
on apologetics, people leaving the church, cross-racial friendships
on discipleship experiences, criminal justice data and reform, financial activism
on multiracial organizations, dealing with pushback, relying on the Holy Spirit
on pros / cons of multiracial churches, White Christian activists, partnerships
on biblical justice, race / ethnicity in the Bible, racial diversity in Christian higher education
on worship as activism, spiritual strongholds, local/national partnerships
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