Black History Month is a too often missed opportunity for religious formation. There is an abundant history of marginalized people in the Bible and the history of faith. We capitulate to white norms when we simply pick handfuls of masters to place on a pedestal instead of preparing for God’s communal work of liberation. February’s […]
Author: Keonnie Igwe
After fighting for equity in classrooms and churches as a teacher, policy fellow and children's minister, Keonnie is pursuing liberation for black children by studying for her Master's of Divinity at Candler School of Theology. More of her writing and work can be found at keonniejanae.com, @KeonnieJanae on Twitter and @wayoftheigwes on Instagram.