Feb 18, 2021
Interview at Upper House
Ethnic identity is more than appearance. Much more. It is a confluence of ancestry, place, culture, and heart language. It is a mix of assertions and refutations—the discernment of what is true for the self and push-back against stereotypes. For multiethnic people, there can be infinite answers to this question, as well as ambiguity, frustration, and joy.
feb 2, 2021
Broadening the Narrative
Jan 27, 2021
Her Story Speaks: Episode 80
Jan 4, 2021
That Makes Total Sense! Mixed Blessings-One of my favorite aspects of the book is how Chandra points out that Jesus was ethnically mixed! We read about his genealogy in the gospels, and even with as many times as I have studied the women and men who were included in his ancestry, somehow I’ve always managed to miss that amazing point. You don’t want to miss this conversation with Chandra!
Dec 15, 2020
Launch Day Live: Mixed Blessings
Dec 16, 2020
The Common Good Show: Mixed Blessings
Dec 9, 2020
Pax: Cheerfully Defying Stereotypes discussion.
Dec 9, 2020
All Shall Be Well: Cheerfully Defying Stereotypes. “If someone is asking me to be more like the dominant culture and saying, ‘Your identity is in Christ,’ and what they really want is for me to be less loud or wear smaller earrings or to be more quiet and feminine, they’re not actually asking me to look more like Jesus, they’re asking me to look more like them.”
Nov 25, 2020
Con Confianza: Cheerfully Defying Stereotypes. In The Future is Mestizo, Fr. Virgilio Elizondo says: “The mestizo affirms both the identities received while offering something new to both.” As we continue to explore Afrolatinidad, we brought in an expert on mixed ethnic identity to help us better understand the experiences and gifts of those in our community.
Nov 11, 2020
Daily Read: Podcast Bible Reading
Nov 10, 2020
The Disrupters: Chandra Crane Owns Her Superpower!
Nov. 2, 2020
Every Voice Now: Fusion may be hip in 2020, but it wasn’t the case when Chandra Crane was growing up, where she felt the pain of not quite fitting in anywhere as a person with a mixed-ethnicity heritage.
Oct 5, 2020
More Than A Noodle: A Thai Diaspora Podcast. In this episode of More Than A Noodle, we sit down with Chandra Crane who’s the author of Mixed Blessing. We talk about her experience engaging with Thai culture as a biracial woman and also her experience passing Thai culture down to her kids!
September 25, 2020
The American Pilgrimage Project: Conversations on Race and Islamophobia. Recorded Zoom Webinar.
June 9, 2020
Videocast Interview: Race & Christian Witness
Lindsay Brooks and The Philadelphians hosted the first in a series of discussions regarding race as it relates to our current situation in the American churches. In this discussion we undertake an overview of race, Biblically, historically, and philosophically toward understanding where we are standing now, as well as a theological approach to authority. Panelists include Chandra Crane.
Available december, 2020
“So what are you?”
Those of us with multiethnic backgrounds may have pain surrounding our mixed heritage. But we also have the privilege and potential to serve the Lord through our unique experiences. Crane explores what Scripture and history teach us about ethnicity and how we can bring all of ourselves to our sense of identity and calling.
Discover the fullness of who you are. Find out how your mixed identity can be a blessing to yourself and to the world around you.