This event is offered ONLINE only.
Hoodoo is a widely ignored or misunderstood spirituality. Often seen as “black magic” or a relic of the past, those who are not familiar with Hoodoo often dismiss its potential for healing. In this presentation Danielle Clausnitzer will define Hoodoo and discuss the role of Hoodoo practitioners and their practices in healing from the symptoms and trauma of COVID-19 as well as maintaining balance during quarantine.
Danielle Clausnitzer, MA is the Assistant Director of Wisdom Ways and a current PhD student at Georgetown University in the Theological and Religious Studies Department. Her focus of study is Africana Religions and Disability Studies. Her most recent publication, “Disability and the church in Africa” discusses institutional and individual approaches to disability and Christianity on the continent.
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