JOIN THE MILLENNIAL WOMANIST PROJECT AND HOSTS, MIN. GABBY CUDJOE WILKES AND MIN. ESTEE NENA DILLARD FOR WOMANIST TAUGHT US (WTU).

WTU WILL ENGAGE WOMANISTS ACROSS ALL GENERATIONS AND DISCIPLINES IN DISCUSSION ABOUT THEIR INDIVIDUAL WORK, WOMANISM
AND PRESSING SOCIETAL ISSUES.

GABBY CUDJOE WILKES

HOST

Gabby Cudjoe Wilkes is a New York City based preacher, speaker, brand strategist and event planner. Her passion for life & ministry is found at the intersection of faith and culture. Gabby is a graduate of Hampton University (B.A), New York University (M.A) and Yale University (M. Div.). Her three greatest loves in life are her family, live music, & travel. Follow her @GabbyCWilkes.

ESTEE NENA DILLARD

HOST

Estee Nena Dillardis a scholar, sexual health educator and minister focusing on the intersections of theology, sexology and health. Estee is committed to discovering the ways that theological formation, spiritual care and ritual heal and transform the wellness of African American people. As a black feminist/womanist practitioner, her foci are embodiment, expanding the spiritual discourse on erotic power, and spiritual formation. Estee is a graduate of Spelman College and Candler School of Theology at Emory University who currently serves as a Children’s Pastor in Atlanta, GA

SPECIAL GUEST

REV. DR. VELDA R. LOVE

Velda R. Love currently serves as Minister for Racial Justice in The Justice and Witness Ministries of The United Church of Christ. Velda has a working knowledge of critical race theory and creates comprehensive and strategic approaches for UCC national conferences, congregations, and staff colleagues to explore and understand the intersection of racial justice with other justice issues. Velda brings an African-centered approach inclusive of biblical and theological knowledge in liberation and womanist perspectives.