B.E.A.M. IS WHERE BLACK EVANGELICALS
After a season in South Africa, Justice Locke became grieved with waking up every day to the reminder of being the minority in the spaces she lived, worked, and every other area in her life. One day, after inviting her friends consistently on Sunday’s to “study”’ her and a friend began to call the evening Black Girl Sunday. This would grow into Black Guy Sunday, and Sibling Sunday; this became a place where Black Evangelical men and women felt safe to be who we are unapologetically. Justice after much prayer and conversations thought to herself what if she could create a resource for all Black Evangelical Women that would give them this space and freedom
So she grabbed her girls and, the rest is history...