M2M Return from Hiatus

Thank you so much for supporting the Misogynoir to Mishpat (M2M) Research Network which amplifies the religious epistemologies of African descended women. Our goal is to increase awareness of such women in religious leadership, religious academia (in all phases, and within all disciplines of religion), and religious activism. When returning from our hiatus, on February … Continue reading M2M Return from Hiatus

BA Global Professor Award for Dr. Tendai Mangena

   The Misogynoir to Mishpat Research Network (M2M) wishes to celebrate the anticipated arrival of an African descended woman scholar who will be at the University of Leeds. Since the UK's Religious Academy has largely overlooked the contributions of African descended women, we are very pleased to learn of and share her anticipated arrival. Please … Continue reading BA Global Professor Award for Dr. Tendai Mangena

Black Girl Gone Podcast – Kanika Powell

The Misogynoir to Mishpat Research Network has identified missing Black women and girls as one of the activist issues it will amplify during 2023. Though we mentioned this in our original introduction of "Black Girl Gone," it is worthy stating again. Why We Are Sharing This Podcast M2M focuses on African descended women in Religious … Continue reading Black Girl Gone Podcast – Kanika Powell

Unbow Your Heads Sistahs – Let Us Rise Together

Mentorship is a central tenant of success within Religious Leadership broadly, and Religious Academia in particular. Having someone vouch for your work and ideas, who can help convey the right story within your dossier and who will also align you with the right people and opportunities is essential. At Misogynoir to Mishpat (M2M), our strategy … Continue reading Unbow Your Heads Sistahs – Let Us Rise Together

Black Religion Academics in the UK

Calling for all African descended religion scholars in the UK! We are seeking statistics on African descended people in the study of religion (Religious Academia). This includes but is not limited to such disciplines as: Biblical studies, Islamic Studies, Theology, Christian / Religious History, and Christian Education. We are interested in people who hold permanent, … Continue reading Black Religion Academics in the UK

Professor Madipoane Masenya (Ngwan’a Mphahlele)

Please read, like and share this re-posted profile of the pioneering Madipoane Masenya - Old Testament Studies. She is one of our great treasures! Madipoane Masenya (Ngwan’a Mphahlele) is Professor of Old Testament Studies in the Department of Biblical and Ancient Studies at the University of South Africa, Pretoria. An NRF B-rated researcher, a member … Continue reading Professor Madipoane Masenya (Ngwan’a Mphahlele)

Black Girl Gone Podcast: Stephanie Ray Clemons

The Misogynoir to Mishpat Research Network has identified missing Black women and girls as one of the activist issues it will amplify during 2023. We will share essays, statistics and the podcast, "Black Girl Gone" to draw attention to the issue. The program is hosted by Amara Cofer who shares the stories of mutiple missing Black women. … Continue reading Black Girl Gone Podcast: Stephanie Ray Clemons

Am I My “Sister’s” Keeper

M2M would like to share the link to a well written article by Rebekah Vickery. Her August 2020 article is entitled, "Am I My Brother's Keeper? Recognizing White Privilege and Speaking Out Against Racism." Like the work of James Cone, she uses the imagery of Cain and Abel for a larger critique about the injustices … Continue reading Am I My “Sister’s” Keeper

M2M Words of Wisdom

They way we seek accountability is an important part of making the world whole. If your religious understandings accommodate social hierarchies and their subsequent violence, then you fail to make the world around you better. In honor of bell hooks, please read the words of wisdom below: “As far back as slavery, white people established … Continue reading M2M Words of Wisdom

M2M Hiatus

Thank you so much for supporting the Misogynoir to Mishpat (M2M) Research Network which amplifies the religious epistemologies of African descended women. Our goal is to increase awareness of such women in religious leadership, religious academia (in all phases, and within all disciplines of religion), and activism which focuses on African descended communities as a … Continue reading M2M Hiatus