Professor Jane Hong, shares about anti-Asian exclusion and violence, and what faithful Christian discipleship can look like in Asian American bodies.
Accepting the lie that “Asian Americans have always turned a cold shoulder to Blacks and Latinxs” means that supremacy has succeeded in driving a wedge between us and our shared histories.
Did I have the energy and courage to bring my full self, as an adopted woman of color, into a room teeming with white majority culture?
Jessica ChenFeng, PhD, LMFT, addresses “Psychology, Race, and Evangelicalism”.
The holidays are typically my favorite time of the year – a break from work for me and my husband,…
Alvin Alvarez, PhD, co-author of “Asian American Psychology: Current Perspectives” addresses the question: “Does Race Matter for Asian Americans?”
For some, reflecting on the words “creativity, beauty, and faith” can easily bring up a solely white, western-centric theology based…
Dr. Nita Tewari addresses the question: “What Is Asian American Psychology?”
As a pastor, my vocation is synonymous with prayer. So it was humbling to discover that I did not enjoy praying.
Shame can be harmful – but by cultivating compassion, we can change how we relate to ourselves and others when we fall short.