07. Reading Beyonce's "Black is King" as a Liberatory, Healing Text​

In this gathering of the “Black Girl Mystic” podcast portal, L’Erin explores Beyonce’s most recent visual album, “Black is King” as a text of healing and liberation.

By centering the lenses and longings of daughters of the African diaspora, particularly those based in the US, L’Erin investigates the texts of  “Black is King” as guides of liberation and balms of healing.

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Resources mentioned in this gathering:

Beyonce’s “Black is King”
Yrsa Daley-Ward
Clover Hope

Fernweh — Longing for somewhere you’ve never been

Anemoia — Nostalgia for a time you’ve never known.

Monachopsis — Subtle but persistent feeling of being out of place.

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