Author: Ebony Adedayo

The Kinky Curly Theological Collective

In the fall of 2017, I gathered a group of African and African American women to launch a ministry that have been pregnant with for years “The Kinky Curly Theological Collective.”  This collective affirms the experiences, wisdom, and expert...

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Sacred Duplicity

I offered this poem I wrote to our church as a lament during our Race Relations Sunday service. And here I offer it again, understanding the role of lament and an honest examination of our current reality – and our history – to move us forw...

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#MeToo: Power, Consent and Sexual Desire

I’ve been struggling to find the words to respond to a discussion that I had with my cohost on Episode 8 of our Podcast “Black Gal White Guy” about the #MeToo Campaign. In that conversation, we spoke at length about the problem with sexual harassment and assault, which affects women significantly more than men. [...]

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Tried It

Cross posted from the Kinky Curly Theological Collective. They told me that if I was a good girl And didn’t mess with the boys And wore long skirts And blouses buttoned up And was polite And served Jesus And did not hang out late And always went two by...

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Numb

I am not interested in changing who I am to fit inside of a system that was not designed for me. I am not interested in altering my personality, my style, my clothes in order to be afforded the right to anxiously work and achieve…what? [...]

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