“I’m trying to study every place a black woman has been,” she says. “I’m finding out it’s endless. There’s something before being ‘black’ and we’re not taught that.” Hence the name Moor Mother, reclaiming a pre-modern black identity.
In many cultures, domesticity is marked as feminine – and women are exhausted.
“…even though they would help other white women in the same situation.”
“Pregnancy is no longer considered a state of confinement.”
“New research has found that university professors exhibit a bias in favor of their white male students…” Surprised?
“56% of men believe sexism is over. Are they ever wrong.”
Studies also suggest building empathy is more effective at dismantling bigotry than calling people out.
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