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Foluke Taylor


Foluke writes, teaches, practices therapeutics, and sometimes referring to herself as writer*therapist (with an asterisk* signalling Black feminist modes of becoming through which these practices connect). She is co-founder of Protect Black Women—a Community Interest Company supporting access to free and low-cost counselling for Black women—and teaches at the Metanoia Institute in London. Foluke is a doctoral researcher in the Social, Therapeutic and Community Studies Department at Goldsmiths University of London where her research focuses on writing in Black feminist contexts, creative social practice. and abolitionist therapeutics. She spent a decade living in The Gambia (doing some adult growing up) before returning to London where she is currently based. She is author of How the Hiding Seek (2018) and Unruly Therapeutic: Black Feminist Writings and Practices in Living Room published in 2023 by W.W. Norton in New York and London.

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