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It helped that neither of her parents emphasized their religion to her or made her feel that any form of spirituality was off limits. Courtesy Leila Taylor.
One of their members, Gina Best, talks about the fatal shooting of her daughter India Kager, and asks why black women like her are "erased". Across racial groups, however, Taylor has noticed a pronounced fascination with witchcraft and the occult.
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Fans have already told True that her collection, which contains both personal essays and card interpretations, B,ack their first time purchasing a metaphysical product by a Black person. For the horror movie star True, tarot has been that safe space.
Houghton Mifflin True follows in the footsteps of other Black artists and creatives such as Courtney AlexanderManzel Bowman and Tayannah Lee McQuillar who have released tarot decks highlighting Black beauty, culture and experiences Little Whitehorse just the last four years. Say Her Name: 'Black women are killed by police too' Say Her Name: 'Black women are killed by police too' no Close Black women in the US are disproportionately more likely to be killed by police than white women.
Mecca Woods has practiced astrology for a decade and also hosts a podcast on the subject. New Yorker Mya Spalter rejects the idea that all witchcraft needs to be Instagram-ready. It was inspired by an actual specific lynching. Instead, she views tarot as a way for people to tap into their intuition.
Black women in particular have launched Black girl magik meetups, witchcraft conventionshoodoo festivals and goth clothing lines. But the most established tarot decks have a European aesthetic, which can make it difficult for people of color to connect with aomen.
The recent wave of Black horror movies and television shows have allowed African Americans to confront their fears in a safe space, she explained. Rachel True may be known for her iconic role Boack "The Craft," but her work in tarot has provided a source for healing herself and helping others. The spell highlighted the link between second-wave feminism and the New Age movement, both of which have faced criticism for sidelining and appropriating people of color.
I can only work with myself and shift my own behaviors and perceptions. After the publication of her book, which shows readers how they can use astrology in their everyday lives, Black people reached out to tell her how excited they were to read an astrology book by a Black woman. But the desire to heal is the major reason wwomen practices appeal to Black women, according to Yvonne P.
Black Americans have lived with fear, anger and sorrow for generations, Taylor said, and those emotions inevitably seeped into their art. But the attraction to darkness, Taylor said, is also rooted in healing trauma. Despite this, the campaign group Say Her Name believes deaths of black women at the hands of police are overlooked compared to deaths of black men like George Floyd.
But Hollywood has long demonized traditional African religions in horror films and TV shows, a reflection of the way these spiritual practices were regarded in larger society. Produced by Caroline Lowbridge.
Courtesy Mya Spalter The idea that a witch has to look a certain way, have a photo-ready altar or identify with Celtic traditions are some of the reasons Spalter said people of color hesitate to label themselves witches. Historically, African Americans have weaved in aspects of Indigenous African spirituality with Christianity, making the mix of religious practices a tradition in Black communities.