Albert is a Taiwanese American father of three from Oakland, CA. His parents immigrated to the United States to give him “best” education they could. As he came to terms with the school options his privilege afforded him, he found himself in crisis. How to honor his family and all they sacrificed, while also honoring the ways his faith called him to justice – called him to do something about the broken systems we live in.

He shares his journey through a broadening definition of family, a conviction that love comes close, that kids are resilient, and that all communities have gifts to share.

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LINKS:

Dr. John M Perkins

One Blood: Parting Words to The Church on Race and Love

He Calls Me Friend: The Healing Power of Friendship in a Lonely World

Howard Thurman

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