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on Asian Christians, interracial dynamics, anti-Asian prejudice
Recorded July 1, 2020
At the time, Ray Chang was President and Co-Founder, Asian American Christian Collaborative
Can you share about your organization and the recent march you helped to organize?
Can you talk a bit about the history of Asian Americans being involved with racial justice activism?
What is the vision of your organization and how can people get involved?
What kind of feedback have you received from your recent march?
I know this has been a very difficult season for the Asian American community. Can you share about that?
How can Christians best support the Asian American community during this time?
Can you share your perspective on some of the data we have collected?
Why do you think a large percentage of Asian Americans would disagree that historically minorities have been oppressed? Is there an internalized lack of awareness?
Many people of color feel pressure to assimilate in predominantly White environments. Can you talk about that and the negative ramifications?
It can be difficult for people of color to speak up and for leaders to listen well to their perspective. Which is the bigger challenge?
Is it ethical to recruit people of color into environments that are not healthy for them?
Is there anything else that you would like to add?
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