The Book of Juju: Africana Spirituality for Healing, Liberation, and Self-Discovery
Juju Bae (Author)
June 18, 2024
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About the Author
Juju Bae is a practitioner of multiple West African and diasporic traditions, including Ifa and Hoodoo Conjure, and is an Ọṣun priestess in the Orisha tradition. She is the founder of Juju Bae, a multimedia Black-centric resource that seeks to demystify the Black occult through storytelling interviews and lighthearted conversations with twenty-first-century relevance. She is the host of the acclaimed A Little Juju podcast, which encourages Black people to find a home in Africana spiritual spaces and thought, and has starred in the Hulu docuseries Living for the Dead. She helps people, young and old, to remember that we have the tools and guidance with us as we journey through this lifetime. Juju is a sought-after spiritual teacher who loves to sing and holds a BA in psychology from Spelman College.