Christian Egalitarian Weddings & Marriages, Ethnic Equality, Gender Equality for Women of Color, Haley Gabrielle

My Bicultural, Egalitarian Wedding

"We also have a relationship of equality and mutuality, in which neither of us is defined in our roles or abilities by our genders. It was important to us—and to me especially, as a woman and as someone who thinks deeply about gender equality in both my professional and my personal life—that our wedding reflect our egalitarianism." -Haley Gabrielle

Academia & Gender Equality, Academia & Racial Justice, Allied Partnerships, Colorism, Ethnic Reconciliation, Language & Equality, Youth of Color, Zanetta Holley

Allied Partnerships: An Introduction To The Complexities of the N-word

"Black people of color have taken a word that was used by colonizers and slave owners in a derogatory manner to describe their ancestors and turned it into a greeting and a term of endearment and friendship within their community. This is seen as a method of gaining back some of what was taken from them." -Zanetta Holley

Black Women & The Image of God, 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, VOCCU, 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

Academia & Gender Equality, Academia & Racial Justice, Allied Partnerships, Gender Equality for Women of Color, Haley Gabrielle, Missions & Racial Equality, People of Color & Missions, Race & Equity in America, Racial & Gender Mutuality, VOCCU

The Non-Monolithic Experiences of POC: The Diversity Within The Minority

"What we need is an accurate understanding of the distinct challenges that racism can pose for various ethnic groups, and the goal of eliminating racial disparities with an open mind to where and how they may occur." -Haley Gabrielle

Allied Partnerships, Ethnic Equality, Ethnic Reconciliation, Kingdom Living, Mutuality Sunday, Race & Equity in America, VOCCU, Zanetta Holley

Calling All P/WOC Allies: It’s Time To Connect!

"In the United States, black and brown people are not and will never be "equal" until America deals openly with it's ugly past and most importantly,  until white America accepts their part in this history: the truths that are left out of our school books, in internet searches, etc.." -Zanetta Holley

Abusive Churches & Gender Inequality, Academia & Gender Equality, Academia & Racial Justice, Ethnic Equality, Evangelical Theological Society (ETS), Feminine Imagery & Language for God, Gender Equality for Women of Color, Gender, Racial Equality & Parenting, God, Women & Covenant, Kat Armas, Latina & Gender Equality, Latina & Patriarchy, Latina Theology, People of Color & Missions, Race & Equity in America, The Gospel and Equality, The Holy Spirit & Equality

The Imported Christ vs The Real Jesus of Cuba

"As I continue in my research, I remember that although the imported Christ infiltrated Cuba, the indigenous Jesus can be still be found beating in the hearts of 'los humildes'—the truth and the beauty of this Jesus somehow still penetrated the island of my ancestors, my family." -Kat Arma

Biblical Equality for Men of Color, Black Women & The Image of God, Colin Kaepernick, Elizabeth Quashie, Ethnic Equality, Ethnic Reconciliation, Race & Equity in America, The Gospel and Equality, The Holy Spirit & Equality, VOCCU

A Call To End The Infamy On Black and Brown Bodies

"Existing while black is neither a crime nor a threat, but unchecked bias will result in injustice towards black and brown people and even cost them their lives." -Elizabeth Quashie