Posted January 4th, 2019 by Lolade in Spirituality
When I became politicized by the stories and writings of Malcolm X, Che Guevara, Nelson Mandela, Patrice Lumumba, Thomas Sankara, Assata Shakur, Marcus Garvey and so many others, Christianity began to feel like a polarizing religion of colonization and Black oppression.
Every time this woman speaks. My love for her deepens. She is a goddess. Period. The boldness it takes to speak such truth from such a high platform is Divine. Many may disagree with her choice to not pay taxes, but I see her using it as a form of protest. I do wish […]
Many people ask me why it matters what color Christ was. Some just would rather leave the subject alone (read: are scared to find out the truth and have their paradigm shattered), others don’t believe He ever existed (read: are fed up of media lies and don’t know what to believe in). There are so […]
Posted May 31st, 2013 by Lolade in AFRiCKA, Articles, Blog, Spirituality
As a young Yoruba adult—in a world in which Parents were without a roadmap for teaching culture to American-raised children—I struggled with the slippery slope of finding my roots. For me, that meant curiosity about Ifa and other African traditional religions. I didn’t give my parents much credit back then, thinking them clueless and all, […]
Posted April 30th, 2013 by Lolade in AFRiCKA, Blog, Spirituality
I don’t usually do this, but I think it’s important to begin to share my testimonies more. I’m part of a living church where things really do happen, change is evident in the lives of the members, accelerated favor, blessings, success is visible in our lives with no dispute. The immigration debate is hot, and […]