by Renée L. Hill
This article provides an examination of multi-faith practice as a method of resisting Christian hegemony. Turning to our multiple layers of identity and belonging, this essay considers how they become resources in cultivating power, solidarity, and liberation. In particular, consideration of Lukumi/Yoruba/Santeria traditions and spiritual practices provides a way forward for thinking a black queer theology.
African religions, blackness, Lukumi, multiplicity, multi-faith, queerness, Santeria, Yoruba