Have you ever watched children playing outside? I watched a small group of children playing in a yard recently. They were free to laugh, run and play and fully enjoyed the experience which brought joy to their Spirits and mine. Soon after this I had quite a different experience at Midway airport. Hundreds of people stood in lines delineated by barriers depicting a Continue reading
Anthony Pinn, Feminist Studies in Religion, feminist theology, grace ji-sun kim, journey, Miguel De la Torre, minority scholars, racism, reflection, reimagination, SRER, Stacey Floyd-Thomas, supremacy, white privilege
This is a repost of my original column for Feminist Studies in Religion.
Much of my personal life intersects with race, religion, and gender issues. In some ways, the word intersects is too gentle. Perhaps collide better captures what occurs in my life as an Asian North American woman theologian, writer, minister, and mother. As I try to engage in theological dialogue, live in community with the dominant, unfamiliar culture, and raise my kids Continue reading