S4E29 Kathy Khang and Why Creativity Could Heal the World
The Stories Between Us
Today we speak with author and speaker Kathy Khang about launching grown children from the nest during a pandemic, why we should keep writing even when our platforms are not massive, and the role that creativity plays in bringing about justice and healing in our world. Also: midlife, discount shopping, and The Electric Company.
KATHY KHANGABOUT KATHY Kathy is the mother of three. Wife of one. She loves Jesus. She really, really likes yoga & deep breaths, nail polish & lipstick, and girlfriends & our laughter and tears.She is a writer, speaker, coffee drinker, and now yoga teacher, and this journey began in childhood diaries & journals, moved into newsrooms, and then to a co-authored book entitled More Than Serving Tea. The book is about the intersection of faith, culture and gender, and it tells just part of an important story of Asian American Christian women.The title of the book tells as much about the content as it does about Kathy. It connects the hope of “more” to that of a stereotypical image of both “Asian” as represented by the West – submissive servant – and “women” as represented by the West, the East, and by some interpretations of Biblical womanhood. She still serves others, enjoys tea (prefers coffee), embraces her complex ethnic/cultural/racial identity and her womanhood, all the while loving Jesus while living and leading in an imperfect world.Kathy had spent more than 20 years in parachurch ministry working with college students and training organizations and church leaders. Before that, she was a journalist in Wisconsin.Most recently Kathy authored Raise Your Voice: Why We Stay Silent and How to Speak Up to challenge and encourage everyone to find and use their influence to bring about the Kingdom of God on earth as it is in heaven.You can also follow Kathy on Twitter @mskathykhang or visit her author page on Facebook.http://www.kathykhang.com/ ITS NOT A LIEDid Kevin have a disrupted first date with Catherinanne because of gut trouble?If you are interested in the concert that iain was talking about, tickets are sold here!https://beacons.page/sharetheland This podcast was recorded on April 12, 2021.
Responding to Asian-American Racism with Kathy Khang | Selfie Podcast Episode 165
Roo and Kristen discuss forgetting how to socialize in the pandemic, BJ talks about the pandemic void only girlfriends can fill, and author Kathy Khang helps us make sense of racism against the Asian American community, and how to be an ally/co-conspirator.In this episode we talked about: Kathy Khang on instagram Kathy Khang on twitterStop AAPI Hate APIA Vote Asian American Day of Action Bianca Mabute-Louie on Instagram Angry Asian Man A Call for Solidarity from AAPI Faith Leaders on Youtube Multipurpose Immersion Hand Blender Derry Girls on Netflix Baked by Melissa Encyclopedia of New YorkThe Total Eye Lift from Clarins is a plant-based formula is fueled by ingredients of 94% natural origin. A combo of Organic Harungana extract and Cassie Flower wax give a visible lifting and wrinkle-smoothing effect. It works on crow’s feet, dark circles, and puffiness, and it’s also an anti-aging cream. 80% of women who tried it reported a visible eye lift in :60 seconds flat* 86% noticed a visible difference in 4 weeks and visibly firmer skin. Discover more about Clarins products at clarinsusa.com, and get 10% off your purchase of Total Eye Lift with the code SELFIE10.Photo by Jason Leung on Unsplash
Fighting The Rise Of Xenophobia with Kathy Khang: Replay
Speaking of Racism
We are replaying this episode with Kathy Kang from March 22nd, 2020. We stand in solidarity with the AAPI community and commit to end white supremacist delusion. Today's episode is with writer, speaker, yoga teacher, and social justice advocate Kathy Khang. Kathy joined Tina and Jen to talk about what life is like for the Asian American and Pacific Islander communities in the era of the coronavirus. They discuss the dangerous rhetoric coming from the president, the increase in anti-Asian hate crimes, and so much more.
Kathy Khang, writer and speaker, shares an experience that would help to shape how she views everyday justice, and inspire her latest book! Kathy considers what everyday justice can look like in our everyday lives; is there an opportunity to stop a brief moment of injustice. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mark-fasick/message
#SummerReplay STIGMAS A conversation with Kathy Khang
Lead Stories Podcast
#Summer Replay In this conversation from 2017, Jo and Steph speak with Kathy Khang a writer and speaker about mental health and racial stigmas. Listen in to hear Kathy share her mental health journey struggling against depression and how Kathy is helping her children have positive attitudes towards mental health care. Discussion: 1) What are some healthy ways you can demonstrate mental health care in your family or with the people you live with? 2) Do you engage or disengage with racial issues? Why? How can you engage with them in positive ways? 3) Why do you think diversity is so important to God? Check out Kathy’s website and book: http://www.kathykhang.com/ More Than Serving Tea - Kathy Khang Follow Lead Stories Podcast to interact with Steph and Jo: Twitter: @LeadStoriesVox Instagram: @LeadStoriesPodcast Facebook: LeadStoriesPodcast Connect with Jo at: www.josaxton.com @josaxton Connect with Steph at: www.pastorsteph.com @pastorsteph Subscribe on iTunes to have the podcast automatically download to your device every week or listen at www.leadstoriespodcast.com www.leadstoriesmedia.com
Kathy Khang is a writer, speaker, and author of “Raise Your Voice: Why We Stay Silent and How to Speak Up”. She has become a dear mentor to me as both a Korean American woman and advocate for all. We talk about everything from imposter syndrome to eye cream to how to allyship. You don’t want to miss it.
Speaking Words of Conviction that Heal with Kathy Khang
The Diversity Gap
The Diversity Gap is a two-year exploration into the gap between good intentions and good impact. You can learn more at www.thediversitygap.com. You can also follow along on Instagram @thediversitygap or on Facebook!Need help processing today’s podcast? Head over to www.theDiversityGap.com to find a conversation guide with definitions and questions for reflection.The Diversity Gap is a project of Plywood People. Click hereto learn more.
Latasha Morrison, founder of Be the Bridge, interviews activist and author Kathy Khang about practical ways to raise your voice in real life, the difference between disruption and discernment, and troublemaking for the sake of the Gospel. Kathy also explores making authentic justice-minded friends in white evangelical spaces and especially the intersection of race and gender within a ministry vocation. First published on Facebook Live - August 14, 2018 Resources mentioned: BOOK: Kathy Khang, Raise Your Voice: Why We Stay Silent and How to Speak Up MOVIE: Warner Brothers, Crazy Rich Asians--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app