This Is Not My Art History: A Conversation with Andrea Price

“I want to be part of the history that shows the true diversity and true beauty that exists in the world. So people can see themselves.” Editor-in-chief Leah Abraham (virtually) sits down with Andrea Price, an eclectic artist based in the United States, to chat about the intersection of art, social justice, standards of beauty, […]

My Survival Is My Resistance

By Michiko Bown-Kai | @queerkenosis Trigger warning: Mention of sexual assault.  When I was 21 years old, I was sexually assaulted. Even though I was a proud, self-professed feminist since my early teenage years, it was not enough to protect me from the intense shame I felt after the assault. While I could easily talk […]

Not My White Jesus: A Conversation with Karla Mendoza

Editor-in-chief Leah Abraham sits down with Karla Mendoza to talk about why debunking the myth of a white Jesus is crucial, especially for womxn of color, and what liberation from white Jesus could look like. Email subscribers, please click through to the website to watch the video or visit https://youtu.be/KyiVaM-OrdM. More about Karla: A lover of […]

The Jesus Who Affirms Our Goodness

Trigger warning: Mention of sexual abuse Email subscribers, please click through to the website to watch the video or visit https://youtu.be/VU2mtKIAVs0. Full transcript: The older I’m getting and the more I’m moving toward a faith that is more my own, the more the passage in John that says, “I am the way, the truth and […]

When A White Jesus Is Present

A few years back, when I was visiting my family in India, I remember my grandfather turning to my seven-year-old cousin and pointing to his arm. “Look at the color of your skin,” he said. “You are lighter than most. White is the color of God and black is the color of the devil! Make […]