The Crossroads Team, Racial Equity and Justice Ministries, and the Center for Leadership Excellence have partnered to invite you to the second webinar in a five-webinar series for Crossroads 2020: Prophetic Living in a Broken World.
This webinar will be set up as a meeting, and we would like to invite you to stay around for a half-hour small group discussion after the Q&A. It’s a time to reflect on the speaker’s content or share thoughts and ideas with others attending Crossroads.
Crossroads 2020: Week 4
Featuring the Rev. Dr. Sangwoo Kim
on the history of racism experienced by
People of Asian Descent
Monday, November 2, 11am-12pm* EST
(*Optional Small Group Discussion, 12-12:30pm)
About the Series:
Our Crossroads 2020 series will highlight four different ethnic groups, the history of racism and exclusionary policy each group has experienced in the United States, and how racism is currently manifested and experienced by the groups. We hope that opening up our minds to how others experience the world will move us closer to who God needs us to be, as prophetic voices in this broken world.
About the Rev. Dr. Sangwoo Kim:
Sangwoo Kim has taught theology, worship, evangelism, and Methodism at Duke, where he did his doctoral study on the embodiment of worship and prayer in Christian theology and life. He is an elder of the North Carolina Annual Conference of The United Methodist Church with the rich experience of serving local churches in multi-cultural and cross-cultural settings. His most recent appointment was at Epworth UMC in Durham.