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July 26, 2022 39 min
Throughout the past few years, many have awakened to the external forces of injustice. But what if the key to making a lasting impact involved waking up to your own capacity to transform? In this conversation with Michelle MiJung Kim (she/her), a longtime activist & author, we discuss the real work of justice and how it involves going beyond just recognizing what's wrong. We tackle Anti-Asian hate, solidarity between Asian and Black communities, and the importance of the collective in the pursuit of justice. We also discuss her four-part framework that frees justice-seekers up to chart their own paths, and what's not ours to carry on this journey as we are continuously caring for ourselves. Find Dani on social media: www.facebook.com/ohhappydani www.instagram.com/ohhappydani www.twitter.com/ohhappydani Find Michelle MiJung Kim on social media: www.instagram.com/michellekimkim www.twitter.com/mjmichellekim https://www.linkedin.com/in/mjmichellekim/ Find the podcast on social media: www.instagram.com/fortheultimategood Grab artwork for the heart and home at www.ohhappydani.com Reach out about the podcast to admin@ohhappydani.com For the Ultimate Good is produced by Lovely House Media.
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