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AAPI rally in Washington DC. Image by Vicky Wang (@VickyAndiWang) via Twitter
Reckoning with Anti-Asian Racism and Sexism
March 27, 2021
Asian American Christian Collaborative leaders call for solidarity in response to the wave of anti-Asian hate crimes–and author Chenzing Han's novel challenges assumption about American Buddhism.
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Sandhay Jha. Image courtesy Calice Press.
Audacious Devotion: Peace and Justice Activist Sandhya Jha
March 18, 2021
Reverend Sandhya Rani Jha a peace activist reflects on how her work with people of different races, ethnicities, and backgrounds informed her devotionals and how listening more closely across boundaries can bring about peace, justice, and a deeper relationship with God.
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YPJ fighters in Northern Iraq. Creativ Commons image shared by flickr user Kurdishstruggle
Finding Hope in Northeastern Iraq and Syria
March 13, 2021
Journalist Gayle Tzemach Lemmon is on a mission to tell the story of the Kurdish women who fought to protect their communities from ISIS in Northeastern Syria and Iraq. In the “Daughters of Kobani,” Lemmon uncovers the story of the women, the ideologies that motivate them, and their vision for a multi-ethnic future f...
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Make Your Voice Heard on High: Prayer and Fasting in a Time of Loss
March 04, 2021
We explore the benefits of prayer, fasting, sacrifice, and reflection with best-selling author and Father James Martin, and Jack Gordon, host of the radio show “Interfaith-ish.” Both made spiritual migrations in their lives -- Father Martin from a corporate desk to the Jesuit brothers and Gordon from Judaism to the B...
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