Black Women: Validating Our Experience, Trusting Our Witness

Over the last two weeks, the Kinky Curly Theological Collective has been hosting our Talking Back series, giving a space for Black women to talk back against paradigms that have minimized or altogether ignored our witness as it pertains to our spirituality, sexuality, and the way we show up in society. Last week, Dr. Pamela …

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The Gospel: Speaking Up, Talking Back

I have to be honest. When I finally landed on the title of my upcoming book, The Gospel According to a Black Woman, I hesitated. I wondered if by calling it the Gospel, whether I was doing too much. Was I being too boastful or even boarding dangerously close to sacrilege and blasphemy?  But the …

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