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As we continue to live through this global pandemic, how do we imagine our future? Do we return to life as it was or anticipate a different tomorrow? As individual liberty threatens collective wellbeing, and social inequities deepen, how do we maintain solidarity in this restless time?

Richard D. Kim, M.Div., brings over 7 years of professional experience engaging a person centered approach to engaging race, culture and identity in various non-profit and education settings. Most recently, Richard worked as the Intercultural Credibility Coordinator/Consultant at The Seattle School of Theology & Psychology, where he also received his M.Div. Richard also holds a B.S. from the University of Minnesota. As a person born in the United States to parents who emigrated from South Korea, Richard brings an uncommon voice to the work of racial equity. Richard is a husband to Grace and together they have two children. Richard is from Minnesota by way of Florida and has lived in the Seattle area since 2007.