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Season 2, Ep 2: The Most Difficult Change

November 6, 2021

Reverend Dr. Sue Kim Park is the Director of Contextual Education and International Partnerships at Columbia Theological Seminary.  She speaks of her experience as a WOC faculty member in a pre-dominantly white centric theological seminary and the challenges she faces on a daily basis. How can you imagine change in an environment that was not created for your thriving? What are the practices that we can draw from to sustain us? Where can change really happen?

Host: ISAAC
Co-host / Sound Producer: Joana Choi
Music: Paul Choi

Disclaimer: The views, actions and affiliations of guests invited on this podcast do not always reflect ISAAC’S official stances; they belong to the guests. This podcast is a platform for voices to be shared and perspectives to be discussed.

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