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Hagar's Daughters: Womanist Ways of Being in the World

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A spiritual manifesto for Black women in their role as healers of church and society.
Paperback, 67 pages
Published May 1st 1995 by Paulist Press (first published March 1995)
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Hagar's Daughters reviews the systems of bondage women encounter in their lives. This is an ancient story. Similarly the matter of status in the family group are reviewed. The book really allows a personal view of the self. How we relate in the world and how we are erceived. ...more
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Diana L. Hayes is a Professor of Systematic Theology in the Department of Theology at Georgetown. Her areas of specialization are Womanist Theology, Black Theology, U.S.Liberation Theologies, Contextual Theologies, Religion and Public Life, and African American and Womanist Spirituality. Her courses include Black Liberation Theology, Womanist Theology, American Liberation Theology, Race, Class, Ge ...more

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