I launched the Kinky Curly Theological Collective because I wanted a space for black women to be. Not to compete. Not to transform ourselves to meet someone else’s expectations. Not to feel pressured to fit in. But to exist in relationship with other black women and their God, to love and be fully loved, and to offer up our gifts as valid expressions of theological astuteness.
In essence, I created this space for me. This is the space that I have needed my entire life.