Queering Herbalism Encyclopedia- Volume 3: Women*, Feminine Healing Energy and Resistance Part 1&2


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Updated editions April 2016
*Contains two books

Part 1
This volume begins with an article on Oshún, a West African (Yoruba) spirit in the Ifá tradition and is followed by an article on the feminine healing energy rooted in feminine spirits of Africa and her diaspora- the Iyami Àjé and Awon Iya Wa of Ifa- the Mothers. There is also an article on women shamans followed by articles and essays on women* involved in multiple movements who are part of the rich legacy of women healers (using a more expansive definition inclusive of artists, organizers, spiritual healers, etc.) dating back to the ancestral mothers.

Part 2 focuses on the many faces of feminism in our varying communities of color and the women* who have been involved in many different movements, who are healers in their own right. These range from interviews to biographies to essays and articles. The final article is a conversation between Betita Martinez and Angela Y. Davis on how to build coalitions of color.

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