Black Women & The Image of God, CBE-Voices of Color, Clergy Women of Color, Economic Equality & WOC, Ethnic Equality, Feminine Imagery & Language for God, Gender Equality for Women of Color, God, Women & Covenant, Justice for People of Color, Missions & Racial Equality, Onleilove Alston, Prophetic Whirlwind, PTSD & Women of Color, Race & Equity in America, Racial & Gender Mutuality, Security & Gender Equality, Stereotyping & Women of Color, The Gospel and Equality, The Holy Spirit & Equality, Women of Color & Missions, Women of Color Leadership, Youth of Color

When Our Skin Is Our Sin

"As the black community grapples with the effects of incarceration on generations of black men, we now have to grapple with the incarceration of black women and the fact that colorism and the disdain for blackness is a contributing factor to who enters prison and how long they stay there." -Onlielove Alston

Allied Partnerships, CBE International, CBE-Voices of Color, Clergy Women of Color, Gender Equality for Women of Color, Mutuality Sunday, PTSD & Women of Color, PTSD for Women of Color, Race & Equity in America, Racial & Gender Mutuality, Rev. Tega Swann, Security & Gender Equality, The Gospel and Equality, The Holy Spirit & Equality, Women of Color Leadership, Women's Conferences & Equality

Fight Like Sisters!

"If true love means fighting fair and honestly, while maintaining value and regard for one another, then neither me, nor people of color need to reduce ourselves and our voices in order to get along with Caucasians. Neither do we need to compromise our worth or hide our pain at our boundaries being breached in order to belong in the community of God." -Rev. Oghene'tega Swann

Abusive Churches & Gender Inequality, Alicia Crosby, CBE-Voices of Color, Church & Gender Inequality, PTSD & Women of Color

When Answering The Call Means Leaving

"They tried to get me to fit into constrictive, gendered box, rife with limitations, but failed to understand that because I know I bear the reflection of Divinity, I reject the lie that my womanhood makes me ill-equipped to do anything." -Alicia Crosby

CBE-Voices of Color, Ethnic Equality, Gender Equality for Women of Color, PTSD & Women of Color

Weak Women…Who Are They?

I grew up in a household full of girls. I was initially the sixth of seven, and then sixth of nine daughters in a household with only three sons. I never heard anyone refer to me or any  of my sisters as 'weak.' There were no separate (gender) chores in our home - everybody took… Continue reading Weak Women…Who Are They?