Kathy Khang is the author of the forthcoming book, Raise Your Voice: Why We Stay Silent and How to Speak Up. She is a speaker, journalist, and activist with expertise in the issues of gender, ethnicity, justice and leadership development. She has worked in campus ministry for more than twenty years. She is a columnist for Sojourners magazine, a writer for Faith & Leadership, and a coauthor of More Than Serving Tea: Asian American Women on Expectations, Relationships, Leadership and Faith. In this episode of RePlacing Church, she joins me to discuss:
- The importance of ‘learning to use your voice'
- Recognizing your privilege, even as an outsider
- How we can be aware of and turn down the imposter syndrome
- Lessons learned from speaking too soon
- How raising your voice can articulate hope for others
- Why good leaders see the potential in other people's voices as much as their own
Episode Song Credits: “Another Wrong to Right” and “You Won't Walk Alone” by Mercir. “Closed” by Zadok Wartes. Used with Permission. Production Assistance by Nate Tubbs.