Denouncing the current rise in anti-Asian racism in the United States of America and calling for an immediate end to the xenophobic rhetoric, hate crimes, and violence.
Michelle Ami Reyes, Ph.D., is an Indian American writer, speaker, and activist whose work on faith and culture has been featured in Christianity Today, ERLC, Faithfully Magazine, Patheos, (in)courage and more. She co-planted Hope Community Church, a multicultural church that serves under-resourced communities in East Austin, alongside her husband, and she’s also the co-founder and editor of The Art of Taleh, a diverse Christian collective that centers voices of color in theological conversations. Michelle has a forthcoming book with Zondervan on cross-cultural relationships. She lives in Austin with her husband, Aaron, and two kids.