Episode 212: John Williams – “Internalized Racial Superiority.”

Today we are once again joined by John Williams, Director of the Fellowship Center for Racial Reconciliation in Monrovia, California. John was a former member of John Perkin’s Harambe Center, and is a nationally sought-after antiracism educator who combines history and theology in his justice education initiatives. He joins us today for the second of a two-part series on how racism affects individuals and communities. This episode focusses on white people and the impact of internalized racial superiority.