She categorizes her newest book as a soul-care manual for social justice-seeking believers who stand in constant vigilance against all forms of racial, class, and gender oppression. The fight for justice and equality is an exhausting daily grind—and the work is never over. That’s why it is incumbent upon all who speak and advocate for the less fortunate to practice self-care. You can’t fight when your tank is empty. Her ideas and thinking about Black resistance and the history and foundation of faith as fundamentally part of Black culture are essential.
She has been an OUR COMMON GROUND Voice since 2014, we talk with her about reinforcing and restricting our collective and individual resistance.