TK Coleman: Race Relations, Justice, and the Market

TK Coleman, Director of Entrepreneurial Education at FEE and Co-Founder of Praxis, joins the show to discuss how he reconciles free-market economics with his faith. “Freedom has always seemed scary,” Coleman says, “Whenever you talk about freedom you always strike a nerve on our desire to control other people.” Is there a threat of governments like that of China’s exploiting free markets, and if there is what can be done about it? Is it okay for government to commit the same sins which aren’t permitted for the individual? On black people disproportionately facing injustice, Coleman says: “The drug war does more to damage African-Americans than drugs themselves.” With that in mind, what are we doing to heal race relations? Listen to the full episode for all this and more.

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