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Proportionately, more Black women have always worked outside their homes than have their white sisters. The enormous space that work occupies in Black women’s lives today follows a pattern established during the very earliest days of slavery. As slaves, compulsory labor overshadowed every other aspect of women’s existence. It would seem, therefore, that the starting point for any exploration of Black women’s lives under slavery would be an appraisal of their role as workers.

hell yeah

—p.5 THE LEGACY OF SLAVERY: STANDARDS FOR A NEW WOMANHOOD (3) by Angela Y. Davis 1 year, 2 months ago