Lai Wa Wu, Emily Wong, Angela Zhou (also known as Zhou Rui Fang), and interpreter Adrian Leong of Chinese Progressive Association & Youth MOJO (Movement of Justice and Organizing) in San Francisco join series host Taj James to reflect on the challenges and victories of intergenerational organizing, the complexity of cross-cultural work across generations, and the importance of incorporating mental health supports in youth organizing.
For full show notes, transcript, bios of our guests, and additional resources from this episode, visit http://healingjustice.org/podcast/generation2
The Generation Transformation podcast series is in partnership with the Next Gen Fund, which is a response to a growing call from frontline organizers to learn from restorative & transformative practices in order to support a rising generation of social justice leaders and nurture sustainable approaches to organizing and community building. To see the full series, visit www.healingjustice.org/generation
In the practice episode (airing next week), Carolyn Nguyen and Emily Wong offer us a practice they use with young folks to cultivate cultural humility and build cross-cultural trust and understanding. Subscribe to/follow this podcast in whichever platform you're listening to make sure you don't miss it!
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