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Prof. Kristin Henning: Race, Adolescence, and Policing

In this episode, Dr. George James and Kristin Henning discuss:

  1. Religion and Social Justice

  2. Having a vision for your life

  3. Countering the imposter syndrome

  4. Treating kids like kidsKey Takeaways:

  5. Religion and social justice can, and is supposed to, go hand in hand in creating a fairer and better future for our society.

  6. If you’re young, you don't have to have your whole life figured out. Don’t pressure yourself, you’ll get there!

  7. It might take a bit of time and mind setting in order to truly feel like you deserve to be in the space that you’re in. Many people feel like you too, showing them that they belong starts with recognizing that you too do belong.

  8. We should be treating kids like they’re kids no matter the demographic they belong to. That should be common sense. When kids make a mistake we must discipline them and guide them to the right way, not put them in prison. "You stay the course and the money will follow. Do what your passion is, follow your calling and the Lord will make a way for the rest of it.." — Kristin Henning Connect with Kristin Henning: Twitter: Website: Books: Connect with Dr. George James: Website: | Instagram: Facebook: LEAPCast Community: Twitter: YouTube: LinkedIn: Audio production by Turnkey Podcast Productions. You're the expert. Your podcast will prove it.

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