By Frenshea Love, BWNC Black women have never entered the world without crossing an intersection. Race, class, gender, sexuality- Black women have always had to navigate social barriers like a deadly highway. These social barriers zooming toward us all at once. And Vice President Kamala Harris crossed them all. So, this moment is bittersweet because Looking at Kamala reminds me of all the debris that cluttered that already dangerous highway. All the stereotypes reaching out to grab her. She had to be untouched. You don’t get to be a Vice…
As a Black woman and former mayor of Baltimore, a predominantly Black city, I know firsthand the inequities and challenges that Black women face every day in America.
Women suffer, sometimes paying the ultimate sacrifice, in secret, in shame, and in fear. This must stop – NOW.
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