Black un-dignity is a gift from God because it’s a stumbling block to the indignity of racism. God has given Black people the beauty of our culture for the ashes of oppression.
Author: Katina Stone-Butler
Katina Stone-Butler lives near Dallas, TX with her loving husband Jamell of 23 years and their 3 young, gifted, and Black “J Boys.” She wears a few hats as an accomplished classically trained singer/songwriter, music minister, activist, podcaster, and entrepreneur. Katina is the founder of The Fountain, an organization committed to centering the voices of Black and other women of color via the intersection of culture, faith, and creativity. www.thefountain.space
With COVID-19, this election, voter suppression, racism, brutality, and natural disasters, 2020 has been brutal. Adding to our trauma is the collective grief of losing many of our notable figures. On Saturday, October 31, Gospel music legend Rance Allen was added to that number. It’s important that his death not be lost in the sea […]