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WILLOW 24 Nov 17
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Vilissa Thompson Mar 28
Good morning to my new followers! About me: Proud Southerner, macro social worker, writer, podcaster, , & well-known troublemaker. My org & blog is & I have a you can support for $2/month.
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rnbwkat Sep 7
We all have our own thing that's the magic Everyone comes with their own strength and their own Queendom Mine could never compare to yours and yours could never compare to mine
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Peter Enns 26 Apr 18
"People say, well, this is the way it is. This is the way we’ve always understood it. And, as with any 'we' statement, you have to ask, well, who’s the we?" Deeply grateful to for sharing her experiences of midrash with us.
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🐺Dr. Michelle Wolff🐺 Aug 31
I’m bursting with excitement! My students Cece & Thao’s book Womanist Dictionary is out just in time for the term!
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daj 7 Jun 18
I stand for women of color, LGBTQ women, white women. But when are the white women going to stand for me? For... US?
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MisTÂûght Aug 13
I'm very disappointed in but shouldn't be...when you're truly about a cause, you need to be willing to step back & pass the baton, share the platform. The suffragettes/feminists fought for women who looked like them👱‍♀️👩‍🦰👩‍🦳, and not ALL women ✊🏻✊🏼✊🏽✊🏾✊🏿.
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K. Taylor, Ph.D. 13 Oct 17
Today would also be a great day to look up
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Corletta J Vaughn Sep 11
White Women's Christ; Black Women's Jesus, Sisters in the Wilderness, Just a Sister Away We are Traveling , black women as a forethought, not an afterthought. It's organic.. Social,...
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Black in Paradise Oct 9
Welcome new tweeple! I tweet intro biblical interpretation at , biblical studies and womanist preaching, and biblical interpretation and politics and pop culture. I blog at . See Midrash for my most recent work. My books follow.
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Nancy Lynne Westfield Oct 24
"No Matter How Small: A Lesson From Whoville" posted at:
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Noon Salah Eldin Sep 1
Here heavily pregnant 🤰 performing my poem “Night hawks”. One year since I have started performing poetry out load.
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HopeUCC 22h
This fall in worship, we will be celebrating Perspectives. We will reflect on scriptures, we will hear excerpts from womanist writings, we will hear music and view art by black women artists. Join us at 10:30 on Sundays!
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Rebecca Writes Oct 14
SO excited for this! The world needs more and . Did you know that the majority of the content we consume is distributed by Amazon and written by men? Be a . Read !
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Dr. Precious Porras Apr 12
Some women of color have forgotten their roots & in their search for power, are aliginging themselves with whiteness. I get it sis, I do it sometimes too. That will not liberate you or us. Embrace your authentic self. Come home, aren’t you tired?
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J. Herbert Nelson II 8 Aug 18
Mourning the loss of Reverend Doctor Katie Geneva Cannon. She paved the way for so many and ask for so little in return. Her and life lived for Jesus will not be forgotten.
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Nyasha Junior Aug 22
The Woman Babylon & the Marks of Empire: Reading Revelation with a postcolonial hermeneutics of ambiveilence
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Bebony Shabazz 12 Jul 18
JESUS IN GOD THIS! Wow!!!!!! This is why interpretation is so important!
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AuroraChaser 11 May 18
How to be a and advocate, step 1 stop trying to “fix” women’s perspective. Our (trans & cis & nonbinary ppl’s ideas is key to making cycling & walking not just “hey at least you don’t have a 100% chance of death” to a comfortable accessible activity.
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Michelle Barwood Apr 4
Hi 😍 I'm a Northern who is angry as fuck. Mostly angry about issues of or lack thereof. Keen Physical Theatre practitioner & creating radical new work.
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