Tag Archives: Asian-American

Call to Confession: Week 1

Call to Confession: Race, White Privilege, and the Church Week 1 I Am Racist and so is the Church: An Opening Editorial, Rev. Ginna Bairby Yes, you read the title right. I am racist, and so is the majority-white denomination I … Continue reading

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Race Gives Me Poetry

Racism kills. It dehumanizes us all, telling some of us we are less than human and rendering others of us incapable of having a decent conversation about it. It takes our best intentions and misshapes them beyond recognition; no matter … Continue reading

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When the Shoe Doesn’t Fit

Growing up Asian-American and Adopted in a Southern White Church I was born halfway around the world from the place I now consider home. My life story does not begin in a hospital, like many people’s, but in the Greenville-Spartanburg … Continue reading

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