25 episodes

ForCollardGirls who were always told G-d was a man until she showed up.

@ForCollardGirls For Collard Girls

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 5.0 • 15 Ratings

ForCollardGirls who were always told G-d was a man until she showed up.

    Healing as Ritual (made with Spreaker)

    Healing as Ritual (made with Spreaker)

    The word ritual is loaded. In this episode we explore the meaning of ritual and it’s connection to healing in our lives and in scripture. Come Joins us as we #Healtogether

    • 52 min
    S5E2: Healing is Movement

    S5E2: Healing is Movement

    NEW EPISODE ALERT!!

    Hey y'all! Our next episode of #HEALINGTOGETHER is here and we're glad to share it with you. In this episode, Tamika shares about her grief and loss, and we talk about how we heal through movement.

    We share wisdom from Resmaa Menakem from his book "My Grandmother's Hands: Racialized Trauma and the Pathways to Mending our Hearts and Bodies" and relate it to the story of the Israelites crossing the red sea.

    Tell us, how does movement help you heal?

    ~FCG

    #HealingIsMovement
    #HealingTogether
    #Healing
    #BlackWomxnPodcast

    • 1 hr 2 min
    S5E1: Healing Is...

    S5E1: Healing Is...

    Season 5 is here, y'all!

    And for this new season, we are talking about HEALING TOGETHER. For our first episode, we define what healing means to us especially during these past two years. Catch up with us and hear how we've been living through this pandemonium (aka pandemic), and listen in as we dive into the biblical stories of "The woman healed from hemorrhaging and the girl restored to life (Matt 9:18-26; Mark 5:21-43; Luke 8:40-56).

    Join the conversation, friends, and let us know; "what does healing mean to you?"

    #HealingTogether
    #ForCollardGirls
    #BlackWomxnPodcast
    #HealingIs

    • 39 min
    S4E5: #TapestryofCall Call as Release (Siki Dlanga, Writer, Poet, Advocate, and Activist)

    S4E5: #TapestryofCall Call as Release (Siki Dlanga, Writer, Poet, Advocate, and Activist)

    In our next episode of #TapestryOfCall we invite the peace-filled poet and activist, Siki Dlanga. Join us as Siki shares her wisdom, joy, and beautiful soul. Siki shares with us what it looks like to embrace our call as a release in the troubled world. She shares a part of her story to open us up to the possibilities of restoration and wholeness.

    Here's her bio:
    Siki Dlanga is a woman who loves beauty, craves and needs beauty. The uglier the world becomes, the more Siki is fascinated by the function of beauty in society. She considers the knowledge of Jesus as the ultimate beautifier of the world. Siki has seen how beauty is often denied to those who are denied justice and conveniently packaged for the privileged as though it were their human right to own it. She is beginning to contemplate that perhaps beauty is at the heart of any just cause. Post-apartheid South Africa is where she wrestles with the ugliness of gender-based violence, racial injustice, inequality, and other forms of beauty deficiencies including her own. Siki is an MA Political Communication graduate from American University in Washington DC. You can find her beautiful poetry books "Word of Worth" and "Siki's love Collection" on Amazon or Kindle.

    Special thanks to Odai productions for the editing and production: https://soundcloud.com/afoteyodai

    Thank you Siki! You blessed us, dear friend!

    • 1 hr
    S4E4: #TapestryofCall Embodying Call(Minister Nila Curry, MDIV, MTH)

    S4E4: #TapestryofCall Embodying Call(Minister Nila Curry, MDIV, MTH)

    In our next episode of #TapestryOfCall we invite the beautiful Minister Nila Curry back to this space to share her wisdom with us. Nila shares what it looks like to cultivate wholeness and creativity through self-love. This empowering conversation will inspire you to take time out to care for the inner-self that is waiting to be restored and renewed. We loved everything about this conversation and we hope you do to! Nila is such a beautiful soul and gift in this world and we're grateful she took the time to share this inspiring message.

    Here's her bio:
    Nila Curry is a graduate of Wesley Theological Seminary with Master of Divinity and Master of Theological Studies degrees. Nila is a minister, story-teller, and curator of sacred spaces at Emory Fellowship UMC (Washington, D.C.) and The Open Church of MD (Baltimore, MD). She is currently discerning Ph.D. work and is interested in the intersecting points between womanist trajectories, prophetic imagination, and the Black-speculative Arts. Nila is a Miami native who enjoys traveling, community storytelling, and creative writing. She is also the founder of TribePurple LLC, a womanist initiative for healing and transformation.

    Special thanks to Odai productions for the editing and production: https://soundcloud.com/afoteyodai

    Thank you Minister Nila! All the love, sis!

    • 40 min
    S4E3: #TapestryofCall Authenticity of call(Vania Iscandari, LMSW)

    S4E3: #TapestryofCall Authenticity of call(Vania Iscandari, LMSW)

    We continue this season, #TapestryOfCall, with Vania Iscandari, a licensed master social worker and overall amazing human. Vania offers us a perspective on what it looks like to be our true authentic selves and to trust our intuition. This lovely conversation is so inspiring and we hope you hear the affirmations that Vania gives us.

    Here's her bio:
    Vania Iscandari, LMSW is an advocate, visionary leader, and mental health professional utilizing healing centered approaches to equity and justice. As a social worker, Vania creatively works at the intersection of macro and clinical practice where she sees her work as transforming minds, communities, and systems for a healthier society.

    Vania is an avid impact specialist, organizer, and relationship builder. She is the founder of Emi Well—an online boutique wellness studio, created for community and by community.

    Vania enjoys exploring the arts through traveling, cooking, writing, and photography.


    Special thanks to Odai productions for the editing and production: https://soundcloud.com/afoteyodai

    Thank you Vania Iscandari!

    You can follow Vania @itsveeinspired and follow her new company @joinemiwell on IG.

    Happy Black History Month, y'all!!

    • 34 min

Customer Reviews

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15 Ratings

15 Ratings

jesibsmith ,

Love this!

Got to see For Collard Girls record a podcast live this week. I enjoyed listening to each of their stories, their perspectives on serious issues, and their sense of humor with each other. Thank you Tamika, Laura, and Maya for your words and your work! 😍

Wolden Child ,

Great Name

Ok you had me from the initial line CollardGirls. So I will listen just due to your name! Good Luck Collard Gals! adios

AdamH01 ,

@Hear TodayDone Tomorrow

So beautiful. Maya speaks episode is a powerful response to #churchtoo