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KCTC’s 3rd Annual Gathering: Creating Spaces for Ourselves

Black women often spend our lives living in boxes that someone else designed to control and confine us. This conference will unpack what it means for Black women to define for ourselves how we will show up in the world by centering our spirituality and culture, cultivating opportunities, and finding belonging.  The gathering will featureContinue reading “KCTC’s 3rd Annual Gathering: Creating Spaces for Ourselves”

Talking Back

After four dynamic sessions, the Kinky Curly Theological Collective’s Talking Back series has come to a close. A huge thanks goes out to the presenters – Dr. Pamela Ayo Yetunde, Ife Olatunji, and Dr. Crystal Moten and to Sister Arleta Little for opening each of the sessions with a grounding meditation. Check out the videos from eachContinue reading “Talking Back”


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About the Aya Collective

The Aya Collective MN (formerly known at the Kinky Curly Theological Collective) is a space for Black and African women that focuses on nurturing writers. We do this by centering our spirituality and sacred practices, convening opportunities for Black women to write, and focus on writing in community with each other in order to provide support and encouragement to the collective. Find out more about us here.

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