Nov 13, 2020
Raymond Chang and Michelle Reyes welcome Nikki Toyama-Szeto, Executive Director of Christians for Social Action, to talk about the challenges Asian American women face, the riches Asian American women bring to their communities, and how we can pursue justice for all women. They offer a Biblical framework for understanding justice around women’s issues, as well as discuss practical steps toward justice for Asian American women in a variety of contexts.
Nikki Toyama-Szeto is the Executive Director of Christians for Social Action, helping Christians have a faith-fueled engagement with the world’s most challenging issues. Before joining CSA in 2017, she served in leadership positions at International Justice Mission, the Urbana Conference and InterVarsity Christian Fellowship. Nikki writes on justice, leadership, gender issues and multi-ethnicity for various magazines, and is a co-editor of More than Serving Tea and co-author of Partnering with the Global Church. Nikki resides in the DC metro area with her family.
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Hosts: Raymond Chang, Michelle Reyes
Sound Engineers: Iris Kim, Sean Kim
Coordinator: Grace Liu