To craft is a form of magic. To curate is a form of magic. As people of color, we exist in intersections that skew and dislocate us from our humanity. Cunjuh seeks to offer people of color a space to reclaim truths entirely separate from dominant narratives.
We especially encourage queer and trans people of color to submit. Even our voices can be silenced in publications dedicated to people of color and we hope to resist that temptation as best as possible. Those who exist within that intersection are the best example of how mediums are being queered in form, practice, and message.
Although the origins of cunjuh are rooted in the spiritual legacy of people from the african diaspora, our space is open to all people of color. Everyone from a racialized heritage has experienced faith and spirituality in the front of oppression in some form, with or without a guiding text, with belief.