Weeks before the tiny little virus known as SARS-CoV2 changed life as we knew it, I joined host Vivian Mabuni on the Someday is Here Podcast for a conversation about the stages of my ethnic journey, from childhood to young… Read More ›
Last Friday, Helen Lee, Eugene Cho, Seana Reavis, and I joined Someday is Here podcast host Vivian Mabuni to record a conversation about the stigmatization of Asians and the resulting anti-Asian sentiment that is occurring amid the enormous distress and… Read More ›
From the National Immigration Forum: On September 7, 2018, the Trump administration published proposed regulations that would overturn protections for children who the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) hold in custody due to immigration laws…. Read More ›
What You Need to Know About What Is Happening to People Seeking Asylum at the US Border and Elsewhere
Earlier this month, the White House announced a new “zero tolerance” policy on illegal border crossings at the US-Mexico border. In less than two-weeks’ time, roughly 600 children have been separated from their parents after crossing the border together, meaning the parents… Read More ›
We couldn’t have all been more different politically, and we all left feeling that it’s not right, what’s happening down there.
Many people are sharing excerpts of Rachael Denhollander’s impact statement and praising her for how powerfully she shared the gospel in court on January 24th. For example, in the Gospel Coalition post that has been widely shared, the writer embeds… Read More ›