I am an activist-theologian, and for me doing mujerista theology is one of the ways I participate in the struggle for the liberation of latina women and our communities in the USA …

Following the example of grassroots Hispanic women, I do not think in terms of ‘spirituality.’ But I know myself as a person with a deep relationship with the divine, a relationship that finds expression in walking picket lines more than in kneeling, in being in solidarity with the poor and the oppressed more than in fasting and mortifying the flesh.


— ┬áDr. Ada Maria Isasi-Diaz

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Queer Christian faith-based non-violent activist for social justice and peace; liberation theologian, blogger, worthless servant.

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