Welcome, Beloveds, to our new podcast! On this inaugural episode, hosts Lisa Anderson and Amikaeyla Gaston explore it means to be in conversation and relationship with another Black woman, what Toni Morrison may have meant when she said “We Flesh” and how that might resonate with Black women, now. Plus, finding joy in a moment that feels apocalyptic, how spirituality affects us both in and out of The Church, excitement about upcoming conversations, and what parts of “The Color Purple” makes us cry. We also explore rituals that ground us, what we love about being Black women, and songs we carry with us.
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