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One good way to live out its embodiment is for the church to speak the truth in love.
At the Lived Theology in Asian America Conference on race, justice and politics held last week, Dr. Melissa Borja of the University of Michigan shared what she and her research team learned as they tracked stories in the media about anti-Asian racism and resistance to it over the past year.
The Lived Theology in Asian America Conference on race, justice and politics already has over 560 people registered. It is scheduled to take place on April 23-24. Dr. David C. Chao, who directs the Asian American Program at Princeton Theological Seminary, believes this is a timely and important conference.
On the eve of its one-year anniversary, “Just Talk Live” took on the topic of AAPI hate, with a trio of guests who affirmed that racism against Asians, Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders is nothing new and that the church has a role to play in stopping it.