This year we bring to the table women from the United States, the Caribbean, Puerto Rico, Mexico, as well as women who are whose vocation takes form in (the combination of) congregational ministry, social justice activism, theological education, chaplaincy, and public spirituality and care. Some are professors, graduate students,and pastors; some are artists, poets, lawyers, painters, and all are radical change agents in her/their own way. Some identify as straight, lesbian, queer; black, brown, Afro-Puerto-Rican, Afro-Latina, African American, African Caribbean, Mexican, southern, northern, and rural. And more. We are a diverse group of black, brown, women ethnographers who know our stories/our lives matter.