Yuan Tang, a mighty woman of God, former teacher in North Philly and graduate of Drexel Law School, discusses her work with Northeast Times Star. Ms. Tang is an Chinese immigrant and knows first hands the challenges that immigrants face and is becoming an “oak of righteousness” in her community. I first met Yuan at Penn State University where she facilitated anti-racism workshops on campus and throughout the community. She truly attempts to live out the full gospel; dedicating herself to wholeness and justice. Visit: Northeast Times Star to read an article about her work.
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Feet in 2 Worlds Podcast: The Complex Relationship Between Immigrant Blacks and African Americans on College Campuses
Journalist Martha St. Jean interviewed Onleilove and others on the divide that may exist among African-Americans, Africans and West-Indians on University campuses. Check out the article and podcast on Feet in 2 Worlds: The Complex Relationship Between Immigrant Blacks and African Americans on College Campuses
Just wanted to give you a heads up that a post about the priesthood and mental illness is coming on Saturday. This is part of the Blogging Against Disablism Day. Join in if you feel so moved!
May 1 is also May Day. Please, please, please (God is begging you) find your local protest – many are being organized in response to the horrible, disgusting Arizona immigration law SB1070.
In case you need something to put on your sign:
17 For the LORD your God is God of gods and Lord of lords, the great God, mighty and awesome, who shows no partiality and accepts no bribes. 18 He defends the cause of the orphan and the widow, and loves the alien, giving him food and clothing. 19 And you are to love those who are aliens, for you yourselves were aliens in Egypt.