Source: God as a Wild Woman with Stars in Her Hair
This entry was posted on October 25, 2015 by serious2020. It was filed under & Literature, a capella, Adults, AFRIKAN, Afrikan History, Art, Black Arts Movement, Black History, Black Lives Matter, Black Women, Candomble, Children, Children, Commentary, Community outrage, Community self defense, Culture, Dance, Education, Ethnic Studies, Harriet's Apothecary, Health, Human Rights, Independent Black Media, Indigenous, International, International Law, Law, Liberation, mothers, Poetry, Political, Serious2020, Spiritual, The Black Woman Is God, The Warrior Within, Theatre, Women, Women, Youth and was tagged with African/Black experience, Afrikan, Artists, Dr Ayodele Nzinga, freedom, God is a wild woman with stars in her hair, music, Oakland, poetry, spirituality, Wordslanger.
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