Reflections on the poem, MeToo BlackChurch MeToo

What I realized after writing this poem (MeToo BlackChurch Me Too) is that poetry provided me with a means to convey a theology of healing, resilience and action to survivors of abuse and assault committed by Protestant clergy in ways that my formal training in systematic theology has not provided me thus far. Theopoetics and …

African American Religious and Civic Environmentalism-Updated Bibliography April 2017

Open/Print this document using Google Docs U.S. African American Religious and Civic Environmentalism Resources (April 2017) Compiled by Elonda Clay, doctoral candidate at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, MLIS, M.Div. and 2008-2009 GreenFaith Fellow Topics include African American Perspectives on the Environment; Gender and Environmental Justice, Ecowomanism, and Black Ecofeminism; Environmental Activism, Religious Environmentalism, African American Gardening Traditions, Africana …

Digital Pornotroping and Online Misogyny Targeting Black Women

Gendered Violence Online Symposium. The Cyberhate Project Friday July 7, 2017 University of New South Wales Sydney, Australia Digital Pornotroping: Naming and Defining Anti-Black e-bile and Violent Online Misogynoir as a Form of Racialized, Sexualized, and Gendered Cyberhate Presenter: Elonda Clay Ph.D. candidate, V.U. University Amsterdam, Netherlands Black women experience what queer Black scholar Moya …

Invited Panelist-Duke University: African American Theology & the Arts: A Symposium Featuring Ailey I

African American Theology & the Arts: A Symposium Featuring Ailey II The symposium was part of a partnership between Duke Initiatives in Theology and the Arts, Duke Divinity School Office of Black Church Studies, the Duke University Department of African & African American Studies, Duke Dance, and Duke Performances. Closing Panel: "Sinner Wo/man: Black Theology, and …