A Renaissance Of Afro American Witchcraft

This is cool! An article in the Atlantic about the growth of African Americans embracing African religions and “cunning.” An excerpt states:

“Over the past decade, white Millennials have embraced witchcraft in droves. Now a parallel phenomenon is emerging among black Millennials. While their exact numbers are difficult to gauge, it’s clear that African American pop culture has started to reflect the trend. In the music industry alone, there’s Beyoncé’s allusion to an African goddess in Lemonade and at the Grammys; Azealia Banks’s declaration that she practices brujería (a Spanish term for witchcraft); and Princess Nokia’s hit ‘Brujas,’ in which she tells white witches, ‘Everything you got, you got from us.’”

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<> on February 4, 2018 in Sao Goncalo, Brazil.

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