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…I first picked up a paper and pen to chronicle my thoughts during a troublesome time in my life. It was a source of therapy when friends and therapists were not around. And then I discovered that I was good. That me, my pen, and my paper were actually indestructible. That power lived in my written words that never surfaced outside of those intimate moments with my sacred tools.Excerpt from The Gospel According to a Black Woman, Ebony Adedayo
The Aya Collective MN (formerly known as the Kinky Curly Theological Collective) is a space for Black and African women …
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