Confessions of a Taiwanese-American White Supremacist in Recovery


“She Breaks Chains” by Aeron Brown.


When was the last time you sat in a room full of people who identified themselves as recovering white supremacists? “Hi, my name is ______, and I’m a…” Organizations don’t exactly form around this type of recovery. Why not? Because recovery begins with admitting that we have a problem, and most of us think that the only people who have a problem with white supremacism are those who are proud to be white supremacists – you know, like the KKK or the League of the South. In this 2-part series, however, I’m going to describe my own descent into and out of white supremacy and talk about what a life in recovery looks like.

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Categories: Church/Ecclesiology, Culture/Social issues, Race/Ethnicity, Spiritual Formation

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3 replies

  1. Thank you for being vulnerable. Count me in, sister.

  2. My, Oh, my. Thank you so much, Judy. This was very honest, challenging, and currently painful. I’m inspired.

  3. Reblogged this on Marcus Croom and commented:
    I welcome Judy to my blog. Carefully consider her experience.

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