This course explores the often missing role of Asian Americans in American racial reconciliation, a narrative that has largely been black and white. The model minority, the glass ceiling, and the Asian American struggle for equality are also covered.
History The history of the Asian American community in the United States is an especially complicated and troubled one. Their identities are often thrown into the same category, but different Asian [...]Read More
This lesson contains a short video segment of CCDA leader, Jin Kim. As you watch and listen to the content, pay attention to the way he talks about the role of the Asian American community in racial [...]Read More
Though the Asian American community has experienced persecution and discrimination through the years, the scriptural call to reconciliation remains. For members of the Asian American, there is a [...]Read More
Take some time to pray and reflect and allow God’s Spirit to speak into your thoughts. Think about how you (individually or collectively) could engage in the following practical ways with neighbors or [...]Read More