What does spirituality look like for Black women? What is the difference between religion and spirituality in our own lives? How does the history of religion as an imperial weapon impact our own religious practices? Our spiritual ones? How might a liberating spirituality take shape in our own lives and what would it look like?
These were some of the questions asked at the Kinky Curly Theological Collective’s last event – Unveiling the Black Woman Inside: Spirituality for Black Women. Every month from January – April of this year, we are meeting to discuss, reflect, and write about our identity as Black women all around the theme of uncovering what has been forcibly hid due to all of the isms. If you were unable to make our last session, this resource will be useful for you. You can walk through the exercises by yourself, gather a group of women of African ascent to go through it with you, or reach out to the Kinky Curly Theological Collective to facilitate a session.
See you soon!