Prof. Mombo speaks of the Church as a "space of jackets." Who does the Church make room for today?
The Souls of Womenfolk
“One of the difficulties of doing work on slavery is that we’re still living in a moment where people of African descent are stereotyped and understood through the very same filters,” said Wells-Oghoghomeh.
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
Who Will Speak for the Voiceless? (Prv. 31:8-9 )
“Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves, for the rights of all who are destitute. Speak up and judge fairly; defend the rights of the poor and needy” (NIV) Ethics is the “sister discipline” for Theology. That is important for us to remember when there is a religious or even theological “push-back” to … Continue reading Who Will Speak for the Voiceless? (Prv. 31:8-9 )
Beinecke Library Hosts James Weldon Johnson Lecture Featuring Prof. Christina Sharpe, author of In the Wake: on Blackness and Being.
Professor Christina Sharpe author of In the Wake: on Blackness and Being, will deliver the 2022 James Weldon Johnson Memorial Lecture, hosted by @YALEAFAMstudies and @BeineckeLibrary, Tuesday, Nov. 29, at the Beinecke Library, Wall Street, New Haven. Free and open to the public.
Decolonizing God Seminar – March 21, 2022
Misogynoir to Mishpat (M2M) warmly invites you to the upcoming seminar, by Professor Mitzi Smith, J. Davison Philips Professor of New Testament at Columbia Theological Seminary. Prof. Smith will deliver her virtual seminar at 4 p.m., GMT (London time) on March 21st. Her seminar title is, “Decolonizing Jesus and the New Testament: Luke and Enslavement." Professor … Continue reading Decolonizing God Seminar – March 21, 2022
M2M Introduces: Words of Wisdom
Misogynoir to Mishpat, grounded in a praxis to move us from hatred of Black women to justice, seeks to amplify the impact of White Supremacy on African descended women. While some believe that African descended women are not impacted by White Supremacy, due to our strength, bell hooks rightly critiques this assumption. Please read the … Continue reading M2M Introduces: Words of Wisdom
M2M and the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanites Presents, a public seminar, “Decoloniality and Political Theology”
Thursday, March 03 Decoloniality and Political Theology, 11 am - 5:30 pm, BST (London time zone) 11-11:30 am, Introduction of Work 11:30-1:00 pm, Dr. Siphiwe Dube, “Towards a Decolonial Political Theology of Vulnerability: Reflections from the Margins.” - Talk to provoke critical reflection on political theology from an Africanist perspective and possibly link to IPD - Open … Continue reading M2M and the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanites Presents, a public seminar, “Decoloniality and Political Theology”
Words of Wisdom
“If you are neutral in situations of injustice, you have chosen the side of the oppressor. If an elephant has its foot on the tail of a mouse, and you say that you are neutral, the mouse will not appreciate your neutrality.”― Desmond Tutu (Foreword)