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Religious beliefs have a huge role in how voters decide their stances on candidates and issues. With that in mind, should a church be playing more or less of a role in civic engagement- and what is civic engagement, really? What does that look like in practice within the Asian American church? 

We sit down with Kathy Khang, a writer, speaker, and activist, to try to lay down some answers and definitions to these questions, and examine how differing understandings of civic engagement-- and a church’s role in it-- might lead to friction within Asian American Evangelical communities.

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