Sikivu Hutchinson

  • Guest Bloggers

    A Religious Utopia Turned Nightmare

    This is a guest post by Reverend Irene Monroe. Monroe is described in O, the Oprah Magazine, as “a phenomenal woman who has succeeded against all odds.” An African-American lesbian feminist public theologian, she is a sought-after speaker and preacher. If you’re interested in the book discussed here, “White Nights, Black Paradise” by Sikivu Hutchinson, you can purchase it on  Amazon.  “Their emigration to Jonestown in…

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  • Activism

    Get Educated AND Celebrate Galentine’s Day with Sikivu and Surly Amy!

    This Saturday February 13th at 2 pm the Los Angeles Women’s Atheist and Agnostic Group is hosting a Galantine’s celebration and book club meet up at Surly Amy’s art studio with special guest author, Sikivu Hutchinson! Sikivu Hutchinson has written a fantastic historical fiction novel about the events leading up to the horrific Jonestown murder/suicide that was led by the…

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  • Activism

    White Nights, Black Paradise Book Club and Galentine’s Celebration!

    I have decided to be a better friend by giving all of our wonderful readers a chance to get more involved in the Los Angeles Women’s Atheist and Agnostic Group activities. I will do my best to post events that are coming up with enough time for you to participate, as well as a reminder right before the event for…

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  • Activism

    Empowering Girls of Color

    I just now stumbled across this fantastic project happening right here in my hometown of Los Angeles. Shout-out to Secular Woman for pointing it out! It is a project that beautifully combines feminism, secular humanism and the ideals of equality. I have a feeling a lot of the readers here will like this project and I hope you will consider…

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