TWIH Episode 30: Paganism, Race, and Responsibility with Emily Carlin (@Pantheacon #pcon #pantheacon)

This week we are joined by Emily Carlin to talk about the intersectionality of paganism and race and how the modern witchcraft movement is just beginning to really address it’s “whiteness.” How do we navigate the intersections of religion and race? Is secrecy inhibiting the conversation? What is the difference between responsible use of another culture’s magickal practices and cultural appropriation?

Emily Carlin is an eclectic witch and attorney based in Seattle, Washington. She specializes in defensive magick, community building, and pop culture magick. Emily blogs at and teaches online at and at Pagan events in the Puget Sound area. 

This episode is part of a series of episodes that coincide with Pantheacon held in San Jose, CA over President’s Day Weekend. Click here for the complete Pantheacon schedule. Also, be sure to stop by the of Cerridwen suite in room 966 to say hello!


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