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Talking Back Series Finale + Videos

After four dynamic sessions, the Kinky Curly Theological Collective's Talking Back series has come to a close. A huge thanks goes out to the presenters - Dr. Pamela Ayo Yetunde, Ife Olatunji, and Dr. Crystal Moten and to Sister Arleta Little for opening each of the sessions with a grounding meditation. Check out the videos… Continue reading Talking Back Series Finale + Videos

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Video: The Gospel According to a Black Woman

Tonight, the Kinky Curly Theological Collective hosted the second session in our Talking Back Series: The Gospel According to a Black Woman. During this session, I spoke about my upcoming book which will be available in September. If you missed the session, check out the video on YouTube below. And don't forget to register for… Continue reading Video: The Gospel According to a Black Woman

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Video: Public Theology for Trans Care

Tonight, the Kinky Curly Theological Collective hosted the first session in our Talking Back series with Dr. Pamela Ayo Yetunde. Dr. Yetunde shared with us her work and challenged us all to talk back against transgender oppression in our faith institutions and communities. Miss the conversation. Check out the video listed below. And don't forget… Continue reading Video: Public Theology for Trans Care

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The Kinky Curly Theological Collective Presents Talking Back

  bell hooks teaches that we must speak up about what has happened to us in order to recover and realize ourselves. We must speak up about the pain, how we have been humiliated and degraded. And we must also speak up and testify about the good and how we have gotten over. Join the Kinky… Continue reading The Kinky Curly Theological Collective Presents Talking Back

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Fragmented and Whole Cohort Members

In January 2020, the Kinky Curly Theological Collective announced our 2020 Writing Opportunity: Fragmented and Whole (c). We invited Black women from Minnesota to be a part of this cohort, to share space with each other, honor our spiritual practices, all the while writing in community with each other. We are pleased to announce the… Continue reading Fragmented and Whole Cohort Members