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You’re Allowed to Grieve the Year That Would’ve Been

Canceled parties, graduations, weddings, and book releases are realities many are facing. It’s okay to take time to process those losses.

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AsAs we look to stop the spread of Covid-19, social distancing remains the best way to flatten the curve. As mayors and governors implement stricter…

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Candice Marie Benbow

Candice Marie Benbow

Candice Marie Benbow is a theologian, essayist and creative who situates her work at the intersections of beauty, faith, feminism and culture.

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