Palimpsest - Volume #11, Issue #1 (06/2022)

Table of Contents

Introduction: Black Feminism and the Practice of Care
Aisha K. Finch


Justice as a Labor of Care: Self-Care, Collective Entanglement, and Feminist Activism in Caribbean Spaces
Honor Ford-Smith and Beverley Hanson

Broken Black Bodies: African American Women, Intimate Violence, and the Embodied Legibility of Care in the (Post)-Slavery Archive
Jessica Millward

Can I Get a Witness? Black Feminism, Trans Embodiment, and Thriving: Past the Fault Lines of Care
SA Smythe

“Becoming More Ourselves”: Four Emergent Strategies of Black Feminist Congregational Abolition
Jasmine Syedullah

M/othering Myself: Confessing Care Being
Tiffany Willoughby-Herard


At What Cost?
Chamara Jewel Kwakye


Caring Practices of Black American Holy Women: Lessons and Cautions
Judith Casselberry

Self-Care in Context: Notes from a Yoga Teacher in the University
Stephanie D. Hicks

Memory, Loss, and Healing in Lucille Clifton’s Generations
LaKisha Michelle Simmons

book reviews

E. Patrick Johnson, Honeypot: Black Southern Women Who Love Women
Treva B. Lindsey

Alexis Pauline Gumbs, Dub: Finding Ceremony
Chamara Jewel Kwakye