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47 minutes | Oct 18, 2021
Ep. 46 Not Feeling It
Yeah, we're not feeling it. In this episode we explore what's behind our feelings about being less busy and taking on less stuff -- is it malaise, or is it wisdom? We take a hard look at our go-go-go lives and tendency toward urgency and how BIPOC folks feel a particular need to be productive, and how our productivity is often unhealthily connected to our self worth. Let us know what you think at colorcorrectionpodcast.com!
31 minutes | Aug 30, 2021
God Is Waiting to Meet You / A Beth Sermon Minisode
In the midst of our summer break, Beth delivers a sermon straight from our Sunday meeting in the middle of our urban farm in the Kensington neighborhood of Philadelphia where she talks about how she encountered God in the midst of a truly terrible year. Thanks for your patience everyone, we'll be back in a few weeks with ALL NEW EPISODES. In the meantime, listen to Beth cry while delivering a pretty great and heartfelt talk! BTW, forgot to thank our Social Media Goddess, Tess(a) but thanks to Tess! Let us know what you think at colorcorrectionpodcast.com or on Instagram@colorcorrectionpodcast!
62 minutes | Aug 8, 2021
Ep. 45 Money Talks / Revisiting Reparations (w/ Tess Patiño)
We collected over $30K from white members of our church to distribute to Black members of our church as part of our Juneteenth Jubilee Wealth Redistribution project. In this episode, we sit down with Tess and talk about how it all came together and how we feel in the aftermath. How have our ideas about reparations changed since episode 2, what does reparations actually look like, and how were we surprised by our church's response? Let us know what you think at colorcorrectionpodcast.com, and follow us on instagram @colorcorrectionpodcast!
60 minutes | Jul 19, 2021
Ep. 44 Disability Theology (w/ Dani Morsberger)
We sit down with our friend Dani Morsberger to talk about her experience as a disabled person and how she sees God. What does healing look actually look like and what can Jesus teach us about the experience of disability? What are some ways we can break out of our ways of able-bodied supremacist ways of thinking and actually include people who have been marginalized because of their bodies, a category which eventually includes EVERYONE? Dani helps us navigate these hard questions and gives us a valuable insight into her life experience in this episode! Let us know what you think at colorcorrectionpodcast.com, and follow us on instagram @colorcorrectionpodcast!
68 minutes | Jun 21, 2021
Ep. 43 Juneteenth LIVE Episode 2021! (w/ Jonny Rashid and Musical Guest Joy Ike)
It's both Juneteenth AND our 2nd podcast anniversary y'all! In this episode, we kick off the Juneteenth Jubilee Wealth Redistribution project and talk about how we actually want you to Venmo your Black friend $50. Jonny pops in to talk about how thinking about the end of the world can help us live in the here and now, and Joy Ike sings an incredible, beautiful, soulful song. This episode was first streamed live on Facebook and Youtube on Juneteenth! Tune in to live / relive the magic. Let us know what you think at colorcorrectionpodcast.com, or find us on instagram at @colorcorrectionpodcast.
58 minutes | Jun 7, 2021
Ep. 42 Mansplaining the Patriarchy
Should women talk in church? In this episode we wrestle with the fact that most of the Christian church seems to say no. How do we reckon with the fact that we're trying to be radically anti-supremacist while following a faith that has almost always upheld male supremacy? Andrew and Kris talk over Beth and then apologize for it in this episode of Color Correction! Let us know what you're thinking at colorcorrectionpodcast.com, and on Instagram @colorcorrectionpodcast!
57 minutes | May 24, 2021
Ep. 41 Ambassadors of Reconciliation (w/ Pastor Donna Jones)
Restorative justice is being implemented right now in the city of Philadelphia. What does it look like and how do we get involved? The Rev. Dr. Donna Jones joins us to tell us about restorative justice in actual practice in our neighborhoods. We get down to brass tacks about a justice system that seeks to reconcile, but talk about why it's our duty as people of faith to push for prison abolition, empower our communities, and how to push past fear. Let us know what you think at http://colorcorrectionpodcast.com, as well as on Instagram @colorcorrectionpodcast Find Pastor Donna at http://metropolitanchristiancouncil.com/!
54 minutes | May 10, 2021
Ep. 40 Abolish Prisons
Prisons are not the answer and we believe in building a world that doesn't need them. But what do we do when the only available solution to tough problems seems to be prisons? Is there a way we can expand our imaginations and address deeply felt hurts, for instance, around gun control, or anti-Asian violence without imprisonment? Let us know what you're thinking at colorcorrectionpodcast.com or follow our instagram @colorcorrectionpodcast!
60 minutes | Apr 26, 2021
Ep. 39 Yearning for Home (w/ Wes Willison)
In the aftermath of the Derek Chauvin verdict, we talk about our sense of deep dissatisfaction. Can feeling lost and unmoored point us to God? Wes Willison shares his experience being a mixed-race Asian-American third-culture kid to help us navigate being lost and far from home in this episode! Let us know what you think at colorcorrectionpodcast.com, and follow us on instagram @colorcorrectionpodcast!
57 minutes | Apr 12, 2021
Ep. 38 ANSWER ME!
We lightning round your questions large and small in this episode, our first back in person at the recording studio for over a year! How do we feel about the term POC now? Is there a way for white people to move without causing harm with gentrification or white flight? Do we talk with accents? IS CEREAL A SOUP? All these questions and much, much more in today's glorious return to talking over each other form. Thanks to everyone who sent in questions. Give us more to answer in future episodes at colorcorrectionpodcast.com, and don't forget to follow us on Instagram @colorcorrectionpodcast!
29 minutes | Apr 5, 2021
The Lex Luthor of Racism / Andrew and Justin Cousintalk Minisode
In this mini-episode, Andrew gets a call from his cousin Justin who wants to hash out his stressed out feelings about anti-Asian violence. They talk about what the solution is, what the real problem is, and how to avoid feeling burnt out. Happy Easter! We're taking a break from our normal schedule for the holiday and to get ready to come back to the studio. Our next episode will be a Q&A episode, so send your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or @ us on Instagram @colorcorrectionpodcast!
50 minutes | Mar 22, 2021
Ep. 37 Is this Seat Taken? (w/ Pastor Jonny Rashid again!)
Beth, Andrew, and Jonny have a conversation about why they stay in a predominantly white church as POC. What do we lose by not being in a church where there are more people that look like us, what do we gain, why do we stay, and what do we hope for? We wrestle with all of that in this episode! Follow us on Instagram at @colorcorrectionpodcast and let us know what you think at colorcorrectionpodcast.com!
9 minutes | Mar 18, 2021
Beth Calls Andrew after the Atlanta Korean Spa Shootings
After the murder of eight people including six Asian women in Atlanta, Beth calls Andrew to talk about how he's feeling in the immediate aftermath. Things we DIDN'T mention (but would have after more processing and as more facts came out): that this was an act of racist AND sexist violence, the history of white supremacy treating Asian women's bodies as subjects of white dominance, the infuriating response from George officials... We'll have a broader conversation about violence against AAPI soon, but in the meantime, enjoy this short chat. We're back to our regular schedule this coming Sunday.
63 minutes | Mar 8, 2021
Ep. 36 Still Here? (w/ Pastor Jonny Rashid)
Why are we still here? In this episode we're joined by one of our pastors, Jonny Rashid, to talk about why we're still part of the church. Is institutional religion still helpful for people who are trying do the mission of Jesus? Jonny talks about his feelings about being a brown pastor to a lot of white people and we hash out our feelings about why we continue to be part of a church. Let us know what you think at circlemobilizingpodcast.com! Also, follow us on Instagram @colorcorrectionpodcast!
63 minutes | Feb 22, 2021
Ep. 35 Hanging on by a Prayer
In this episode we talk about our attitudes toward prayer, our experiences with it, and how POC approach it differently. What's the point of praying? We talk about how or why we do it even when we would rather do anything else. Also, do you ever avoid praying because you feel like God is probably going to disappoint you? Andrew does, and it's like a whole thing. All that and more in this episode! Let us know what you think at colorcorrectionpodcast.com!
63 minutes | Feb 8, 2021
Ep. 34 The Book of Jawn
We're back in 2021! In this episode we talk about how POC can offer unique perspectives on the Bible, and wrestle with the ways that our relationship with this weird old book have changed over time. How do we read this book now, compared to how we did when we were growing up, and does it speak to our context as colonized and oppressed people? Let us know what you're thinking about at colorcorrectionpodcast.com!
34 minutes | Jan 10, 2021
Coup Klux Christians / Capitol Riot Minisode
We take a brief hiatus from our hiatus to talk about current events and our feelings about Trump supporters and white supremacists laying siege to the U.S. Capitol. Let us know how you feel at colorcorrectionpodcast.com! We'll be back with new episodes in a few weeks.
60 minutes | Dec 21, 2020
Ep. 33 Hindsight is (Looking Back at) 2020
2020 was a sh*tshow, but we got through it together. We look back on the events of the past year and talk about how we feel about everything from the George Floyd uprisings, to the presidential election, and of course, the pandemic. What does hope for 2021 look like after a year like 2020? We talk about all that and more in this episode. Let us know what you think at colorcorrectionpodcast.com! Thanks for listening, we'll see you in the new year...
57 minutes | Nov 29, 2020
Ep. 32 Cousin-ology / Where in the World Are White People's Cousins?
In this post-Thanksgiving episode we talk about why POC communities tend to rely on extended family networks and social ties and how we personally connect to our families. Why don't white people have cousins? What are the advantages and disadvantages on relying on family? We explore all that, and hear from Andrew's cousin Justin, in this episode of Color Correction! Let us know what you think at colorcorrectionpodcast.com!
26 minutes | Nov 25, 2020
Beth and Greta / Mini-Episode
A mini-episode in which Beth talks to her mom, Greta, about voting. Voting -- how important is it, and does it matter that people died for our right to vote? Beth and Greta have an inter-generational conversation about their experiences with voting as black women in this convo (with some additional commentary from Andrew, Kris and Beth as well). Let us know what you think at colorcorrectionpodcast.com!
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