“My mama was womanist. My grandma is womanist. Just because they don’t have the language or the identifier doesn’t make them less womanist.”
A conversation with public theologian Christena Cleveland about whitemalegod, fatherskygod, her pilgrimage in France, and more
Using case studies, Dána-Ain Davis shows how medical racism hurts black women.
New books that are shaping conversations about practical theology
Cottom interrogates her own story loudly enough for others to hear themselves in it.
But is it fair to expect it?
Womanist theology proclaims a future beyond the strongholds of racism, sexism, and injustice.
Amy Jacques Garvey, Mittie Maude Lena Gordon, and the “back to Africa” movement
Yetemegnu Mekonnen lived faithfully in turbulent times.
Melanie Harris claims that abuse of the earth parallels the injustices faced by women of color.
If you weren't looking for it, you might have missed her act of resistance at Trump's inauguration.
Black women's contributions continue to be rendered invisible. Brittney Cooper offers a critical intervention.