Ep 11b: B-side of Reel Inequality

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Lisa Ishihara, Chris Barragan, and Mike Ahn unpack the previous podcast with Nancy Yuen. They are all people of color who love watching movies, but feel left out because of the lack of representation in media. This conversation reminds us that our individual stories provide deep identity and worth to our existence, and to have our stories truncated or dictated to us through stereotypes on the big screen is an injustice to the image of God in all of us. For more: biola.edu/the-biola-hour

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    22. Ep 11b: B-side of Reel Inequality

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