“The Black Woman is God” does not simply showcase Black female artists, it celebrates their divinity in the way that patriarchal religions honor the divinity of men. This subversion of Eurocentric, Anglocentric, Androcentric conceptions of spirituality promotes acceptance and inclusion of all subdominant religions and cultures. But most importantly, it allows for Black women to expose their own struggles, victories, and beliefs in order to truly embrace their magic."

+Julia Bertolero, Daily Cal