In Defense of Black Women and Womanism
Biba Adams

Wow, if black women feel like they’re being blamed for everything, can you imagine how white men feel?!

No, you probably can’t, and if you could, you probably wouldn’t care very much, since, as you said, everyone other than black women are in the “also” category for you: “Womanists are concerned with the needs and problems of black women first, but also all people.” If you ever put the “done with that for now” checkmark in the “black women” box and get low enough on your list to get to “white men” (pretty far down, probably last, on your list, I know), here’s a place you can go to begin to educate yourself:

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