African-American Traditions Books

Hoodoo and voodoo are two different spiritual practices that originated in Africa and were brought to the Americas during the slave trade. Hoodoo is a traditional African American folk magic that focuses on using natural ingredients and materials for spells and rituals, while voodoo is a religion that incorporates elements of African, Catholic, and Indigenous beliefs. Both practices have their own distinct traditions, beliefs, and practices, and have had a significant influence on the cultural heritage of the Americas.