The Methodological Importance of Unveiling

To unveil is to uncover a person, an object, or a concept that was previously hidden away from public view. It is to shine light on something that was at one time or another shrouded in darkness. The act of uncovering is to give voice and acknowledgment to what we did not know, or rather, …

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I Am Not Sin

It's been a while since I blogged. This is not because I haven't been writing, because I have journals and manuscripts full of solid content. But it is because my focus in blogging online has drastically shifted. At one time, I was most concerned with the intersection of faith and justice, and trying to convince …

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The Kinky Curly Theological Collective

In the fall of 2017, I gathered a group of African and African American women to launch a ministry that I have been pregnant with for years "The Kinky Curly Theological Collective."  This collective affirms the experiences, wisdom, and expertise of black women, validating these experiences as a legitimate locus of theological pedagogy. We do …

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