Audre Lorde’s Hopelessness and Hopefulness: Cultivating a Womanist Nondualism for Psycho-Spiritual Wholeness

@article{Yetunde2019AudreLH,
  title={Audre Lorde’s Hopelessness and Hopefulness: Cultivating a Womanist Nondualism for Psycho-Spiritual Wholeness},
  author={Pamela Ayo Yetunde},
  journal={Feminist Theology},
  year={2019},
  volume={27},
  pages={176 - 194}
}
The late black American feminist lesbian poet Audre Lorde (1934–1992) was known in feminist communities in the United States, Europe, Africa, the Caribbean, and elsewhere for her poetry and prose about how to survive various forms of oppression. Though Lorde authored many political and spiritual poems and essays (including psychological topics) in her adulthood, little has been written about Lorde’s early psycho-spiritual spiritual journey from Catholicism to I Ching, which informed her adult… 

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