I am so honored to be invited to speak at the New Creations Community event on Embracing The Other with Love: Stop Asian Hate. When I was doing my Ph.D. studies, I worked in the Noah’s Ark Ministry at Celebration Presbyterian Church, Toronto. So thrilled to stay in touch with the beautiful people there and be invited to speak.Continue reading
It was a joy to be on Keep Hope Alive Radio Show with Rev. Jesse Jackson Sr., and with producer Santita Jackson. We discussed voting rights, racism and the role of religion during the elections.
Below is the American Academy of Religion‘s Board Statement on U.S. Executive Order “Protecting the Nation from Foreign Terrorist Entry into the United States”.
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This is my latest for The Huffington Post. The post is about women of color clergywomen and ending discrimination.
The Women of Color will hold a Launch Event on October 17 and 18, 2014, at Convent Avenue Baptist Church, in Harlem, NY. All are welcome to attend. Please share this post with your church and friends.
This is my latest post for Feminist Studies in Religion, “Do you Speak English? Racial Discrimination and Being the Other”. I would love to hear your comments or feedback.
I speak fluent English, conversational Korean and textbook French. I am proud to be trilingual and I always encourage my children to speak Korean with me. They never do. I do my best to speak to them in Korean, unless I am disciplining them. Then, only English comes out of my mouth. Continue reading
This is my latest post for “Feminist Studies in Religion” blog. As we send our children back to school and in light of the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington, let us ponder again about racism.
My three kids went back to school a few weeks ago. Now I can’t get the song, “It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year” out of my head, and it isn’t even Christmas! Continue reading