Episode 15: Talking with Color Correction: Immigrant Families and White Enclaves
This week is a special crossover episode with our dear friends at Color Correction, a podcast by Circle of Hope’s Compassion Team—Circle Mobilizing because Black Lives Matter. The podcast starts off with a little introduction and discussion on why anti-racism is important to us at Circle of Hope. Hence, why it was so perfect to have both podcast crews join forces and talk about this! What follows are a series different interviews between members of Resist and Restore and Color Correction. In the first interview, Kris Eden interviews Jonny Rashid and Andrew Yang on growing up in immigrant families in the US, and in generally white enclaves. Following this, Bethany Stewart and Julie Hoke dialogue on growing up in a neighborhood of predominantly different race than you.
- You can subscribe to Color Correction wherever you find your podcasts. The RSS feed can be found here.
- Some transition music was sourced from Free Music Archive (freemusicarchive.org). | Band: Proviant Audio | Song: Hello September | Used under Creative Commons License
About this Podcast:
Resist and Restore is a podcast by Circle of Hope. We’re extending the table of our dialogue! Tune in bi-weekly as the Circle of Hope pastors—Rachel, Ben, Julie, and Jonny—sit down to dialogue about faith, God, Jesus, the spiritual life, and everything in between. Available on Spotify, iTunes/Apple Music, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, and more.
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