Seeking People of Color; Pagan, Wiccan, and African Traditionalist

Inspired by many responses we’d like to celebrate, highlight, and acknowledge Pagans/Wiccan people of color authors, bloggers, vbloggers (video bloggers) and organizations in our community. We’re trying to feature as many people of color along our shared path, maximum of once a month; although we desire to have this feature weekly. If you’re interested in being profiled or know anyone who may like to be profiled please email and/or share my email address, Nouvelle Noir Goddess, @ . In addition, we humbly like to celebrate, acknowledge, and feature all people who follow an African Traditional Path, regardless of ethnicity, on Daughter’s of Eve, as well!

-        Wiccan

-        Various “Pagan” Paths

-        African Traditionalist(Candomble, Umbanda, Lucumi, varies Vodou variation, Hoodoo workers, Maria Lionza, various Yoruba based Religion, Curanderismo, and many more)

Oh, we would humbly accept Sons of Eve, male people of color, as well!  Brightest Blessings!


Older reference post;

Candle, Incense, Ritual, and Black Women Dealing with Racism


A Black Pagan: Minority within the Minorities


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