This is a special episode dedicated to love. We know. We know. Valentine’s day was on Friday, but we want to keep the love going.

Our #BlackWomynsCanon continues with this episode we originally thought we’d entitle Issa Love Thing, but we realized that the conversation landed more about how we love through telling the truth. Specifically, we dive into black love, not just romantic love, but love of all kinds. And we explore how multiple truths can exist together as we find our joy in the love we share. Don’t worry this conversation will continue next month!

As always we want to thank:
Odai Productions (@afoteyodai) for the beautiful mixing and editing.
Shae McCoy for making us look so good
And our sister-circle: Hazel, Nila, Jazmine, and Sierra

We continue our conversation with our sister-friend, theologian, and scholar, Nila Curry in our #BlackWomynCanon series. This is part two from episode three where we talk about #RadicalCommunity. This time we talk about what it looks like to heal together and love one in this thing called sisterhood.

This episode was intended to be released in January, but what a better way to start out Black History Month with conversations about sister circles and supporting one another in our communities. Especially as sisters. As always thank you for listening. Send us your feedback and let us know how you are loving and caring for one another.

We want to thank:
Odai Productions for the beautiful mixing and editing.
Shae McCoy for making us look good with these amazing images and portraits
And our sister-circle: Hazel, Nila, Jazmine, and Sierra

We continue our #BlackWomynCanon series with a conversation about #RadicalCommunity. This time we welcome our sister-friend, theologian, and scholar, Nila Curry, to talk about what radical accountability looks like in community, as we work towards healing together.

Our conversation was recorded during Advent and our period of waiting, but the work of building healthy communities continues through the season of Xmas into the new year.

And again, we want to thank
Odai Productions (https://soundcloud.com/afoteyodai) for the beautiful mixing and editing.
Shae McCoy for making us look good with these amazing images and portraits
And our sister-circle: Hazel, Nila, Jazmine, and Sierra

We continue our #BlackWomynCanon series begins with a conversation about #Forgiveness. What does it mean to forgive self and others, and what does communal forgiveness look like? We explore this conversation together in light of our faith and embedded and learned theologies.

As you listen along, we’d like to know what forgiveness looks like to you. #Forgiveness

And again, we want to thank
Odai Productions (https://soundcloud.com/afoteyodai) for the beautiful mixing and editing.
Shae McCoy for making us look good with these amazing images and portraits
And our sister-circle: Hazel, Nila, Jazmine, and Sierra

It’s here! Season 3 #BlackWomynCanon begins with our first title #PutThyselfFirst. Forgive the KJV version, y’all but it sounds sophisticated, right?

Laura and Tamika talk about what it means to put yourself first and the discipline of self-care. We hope you join the conversation and tell us how you are putting yourself first in this new season of change. What types of things do you do to take care of yourself? Let us know and tag it #PutThyselfFirst

Also, we mentioned an article in our episode. Here is the link:
https://www.forbes.com/sites/tamiforman/2017/12/13/self-care-is-not-an-indulgence-its-a-discipline/?fbclid=IwAR2jw32m1a8BdtlQvLR7ft8N6163prjkVkTnZ3XvkFk13FIRsBBVb_vLF-E#449108efee0c

We want to thank
Odai Productions for the beautiful mixing and editing.
Shae McCoy for the beautiful images and portraits
And our sister-circle: Hazel, Nila, Jazmine, and Sierra (y’all inspire us)

Join us as Danielle Woodhouse Johnson shares her story about the work she does with her organization www.theoasisalliance.org/

Danielle tells us about how G-d gave her the inspiration to merge her love for interior design and her call to serve others. She finds joy in providing safe and sacred spaces for people who are often overlooked in our society. She shares her struggles and accomplishments openly and candidly. And we are so grateful she took the time to share a space with us.

This episode was edited, mixed, and produced by Mychael Wright.
Featuring music by Lakey Inspired (Blue Boi).

Welcome to Season 2! For this season we are bringing to you a series called #FaithBecomingOurOwn where we and other womyn of color share their stories of faith and how they are being formed and transformed right now.

For our first episode our co-founder and director, Tamika Jay shares her story of loss and how she is still called like the Samaritan Woman at the well in John 4.4-26. Join us. You are invited.