In this episode of The Diversity Gap Podcast, Bethaney sits down with author, speaker, leader and yoga teacher Kathy Khang. In this conversation, Bethaney and Kathy discuss the impact of COVID-19 on racial justice conversations, the process of learning to find and use one’s voice, and the importance of speaking words of conviction that may be painful in the short run, but ultimately lead to healing in our organizations and in the world. Kathy Khang is the author of Raise Your Voice: Why We Stay Silent and How to Speak Up, and co-author of More Than Serving Tea, a book about the intersections of faith, culture and gender. She has also spent more than 20 years working with college students and developing organizational and church leaders. You can learn more about Kathy and her work at www.kathykhang.com.
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