"The Shunamite woman stands in the canon and reminds us of both the age-old struggle to suppress Black women and other women of color and the righteous resistance such women must put forth: dark am I, and lovely. Our blackness is not an apology. It is a declaration that we are made in God's image." -Rev. Tega Swann
"As a Christian woman, I cannot turn a blind eye to how the Bible has been and is still being taken out of context and used to perpetuate injustice to women." -Fola Folayan
"The Holy Spirit reminds me that my history begins with God. God is my heritage. God is beautiful and great. This is Whom I come from!" -Leah Ross
"...I have seen this narrative played over and over again in the Black community—the careless disregard for the plight of women in favor of the exaltation of the Black race via the Black man." -Leah Ross
"In reality, the design of women by God Almighty does not include everlasting captivity, oppression, or condemnation." -Jennifer Grieco
...why is it 'socially unacceptable' for women to fight, but not so for men???...Why does society expect and respect men who fight but reject and disrespect women who do???
"Certainly, Godde looks at my skin color and my hair that defies the law of gravity, to settle in me and use all of me to represent the image of Godde on earth!" -Giylah Canaan
"... it is religious teaching that stresses male domination and suppresses the voices, gifts, and talents of women." -Pastor Creflo Dollar