Why We Need To Stop The “Strong Black Woman” Trope, It Is Not A Compliment.

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The strong Black Woman Trope is a myth that perpetuates the idea that Black Women have an inhumane toughness and are uniquely indestructible.

For the past hundreds of years, black women have been given compliments about how “strong” they are and how they can easily combat any difficulty and how we can easily solve problems with no…

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