Black Humanism In the Hood

Sikivu Hutchinson
Apr 7, 2019 - 5:00
Black Humanism In the Hood

I became captivated by the peekaboo facades of storefront churches in South Los Angeles as I searched for a cover photo for my first book about Black atheists. In my community, churches of every size, architectural style, and denomination sit totemically between daycare centers, liquor stores, dry cleaners, 99 cent stores, and beauty shops. Sometimes they are stuffed in three to a...

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3 Replies to “Black Humanism In the Hood”

      1. Thanks for the comment, Laura. I’m somewhat familiar with the Ethical Society (spoke at one in Brooklyn back in 2012 that was predominantly white), however there isn’t one in South L.A. and we are constantly challenging city government to support CBOs that want to create culturally relevant Black spaces in the community

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