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With Lydia now in Boston, MA, we talk with Lizzy Lee, Esther C, and Christine Liang from the Philly sub-PAAC group about life as progressive Asian American Christians on the East Coast. We talk about Chinatown, racial intersectionalities, white supremacy, and Esther blows our minds with insight about Christian vs Confucian values. Thank you Christine, Esther, and Lizzy for sharing some time with us! And thank you all for listening!
As I Am: a PAAC writer’s collaborative – http://progressiveasianamericanchristians.org/category/as-i-am/
Our Daily Rice: Lent 2018 Devotional – http://progressiveasianamericanchristians.org/category/devotional/
Handbook – What Do You Mean
Nymano – Departure
PAAC Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/progressiveAAchristians
Email: progressiveaachristians @ gmail . com
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