Racial Identity and Reconciliation

Thinking Out Loud with Paul Kim

PICSA

Transcript:

So I have my own racism story to work through and visited Korea, I can’t remember when it was, and then just was a medical doctor that was just the most hospitable man I have ever met to my siblings and I, and it just thawed away at the racism in my heart. And so what do I see myself as right now? I see myself as a dual citizen, obviously Christian first, and then I’ve got both Korean and South African elements in, and I wanna use that to help South Africans flourish. And part of the thing is someone’s gotta stand in the middle and take the sacrifice. When you’ve got two opposing forces that neither can give up on their stance, you see the Jesus equation. Someone’s gotta come in there who represents both parties and then takes the hits.

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