“God’s social location is nowhere near women or Black people. I had to start looking for an image of the Divine that can speak to that.”
School districts and legislatures aren’t just challenging textbooks and curricula. They’re challenging feelings.
Cowardly politicians sacrifice the helpless upon it.
We were just doing it, and then we stopped.
Beautiful objects in a sea of inequity and decadence
If Hosea is a factual account, it’s horrific. If it’s an allegory, it’s still horrific.
The social psychologist went on a revolutionary pilgrimage in search of the sacred Black feminine.
Amy Kenny’s call for disability justice leads with righteous anger but offers grace.
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