One cannot fight oppression selectively. In an oppressive society, either we fight all forms of injustice or we become oppressors ourselves.
I think about all the times my arrogance shined through whenever I encountered an outspoken woman trying to educate me on the struggle she encounters.
I want to be the perfect woman. At first glance, this might seem ambitious, but it has been repeatedly proven this is actually quite attainable.
In Haiti, black women have been fighting for gender equality for over a century. Marlène Rigaud Apollon tells us about a league of extraordinary ladies.
Jay got it right when he said “I don’t want much, just a nice, smart dude cool enough to eat some hood food.” Wait...I think that was me.
Black men should refrain from ordaining themselves designators of what is and what isn’t worthy of black people’s attention.
Whether we want to admit it or not, in the US, we live in a patriarchal culture. We need realize the interconnectedness of our humanity with women.