For our final episodes of the year, we are reflecting on and re-publishing 3 of our favorite interviews from our archive of 90+ episodes (!!).
Today’s “redux” is Episode 59 (April 2019), an interview with Mako Nagasawa on the history of racism and how it’s all about power (not just bias or prejudice).
Mako founded The Anástasis Center (formerly The New Humanity Institute), and his experience as a teacher and trainer in Christian restorative justice and healing atonement theology brings a fresh perspective and a deep knowledge base to the conversation which spans American history, slavery, and early mistakes made by Christians that still have a ripple effect in today’s culture.
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- Check out A Long Repentance by Mako Nawasawa and Sangwon Yang, which we discussed in the podcast.
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