Race, Justice, and the Asian American Experience (SF, 5/5)


Racial divides run deep in America, affecting social interactions beneath the surface and too often manifesting in tragic outbursts. Bonnie Kwon will be our speaker, drawing on the Asian American experience to guide us deeper into the work of racial justice. This conversation will frame our exploration of the focus question for May: How has Christianity contributed to the making of race throughout history, and what can be done about it today? 

(Edit 4/15: Please Note New Time & Location Below.) 

      • Location: The Gold Room at 2460 Sutter Street, San Francisco
      • 12:00-12:30 pm PT // Lunch
      • 12:30-1:30 pm PT // Conversation


    Bonnie Kwon is a child of immigrants, a parent, and a believer in collective impact. As a Policy Officer for the W. K. Kellogg Foundation (WKKF), she helps develop and implement the Foundation’s policy advocacy strategy. Prior to WKKF, she was a Partner at the Reimagine Collective, an association of mission-driven Asian-American strategists, organizers, and designers; a Director of Network Innovation at the Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum in Oakland, California; and a Deputy Regional Director for the White House Initiative on Asian Americans & Pacific Islanders. She began her career as an Organizer at the Restaurant Opportunities Center of Washington, D.C. and Restaurant Opportunities Centers United.


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