Their theologizing was ignorant of their South African context of racialized oppression.
Anne Blankenship, assistant professor of religious studies at North Dakota State University, tells the story of how Japanese American Christians wrestled with their faith, theodicy, and betrayal when they were forced into internment camps during World War II and abandoned by their White Christian neighbors. This is a story of suffering and uncertainty with significant ramifications […]
Asian Americans do not have a Martin Luther King, Jr. to look to in their history and struggle for civil rights. Moses Y. Lee explains how Asian Americans are benefactors of the Civil Rights Movement, and should more readily acknowledge and honor the sacrifices the African American community has made and continues to make for all minorities.