Livestream: Black and Asian Christians United Against Racism

Scheduled for Monday, April 5
7 pm ET – 9:30 pm ET

Via organizer Asian American Christian Collaborative:

This live panel discussion will address the recent surge in anti-Asian violence in light of COVID-19 and highlight the need for Black and Asian American solidarity against racism and white supremacy. Panelists will also discuss how the Church is uniquely positioned to lead the way in efforts toward racial justice and unity.

Speakers include:

Dr. Charlie E. Dates, Pastor, Progressive Baptist Church

David Wu, Executive Director, Pui Tak Center

Dr. Gabriel J. Catanus, Pastor, Garden City Covenant Church

Dr. Gregory Lee, Associate Professor, Wheaton College

Bishop Horace Smith, M.D., Pastor, Apostolic Faith Church

Pastor Juliet Liu, Pastor, Life on the Vine Church

Rev. Dr. Otis Moss III, Senior Pastor, Trinity United Church of Christ

Pastor Raymond Chang, President, Asian American Christian Collaborative

Dr. Soong-Chan Rah, Professor, North Park Theological Seminary

Rev. Dr. Waltrina Middleton, Executive Director, Community Renewal Society

See AACC’s website for details.

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