This week we finished out the profiles of the Black Women we chose to highlight during Black Women Appreciation Month.
This week on Lessons from the Screen we are continuing our celebration with the 7 women that have been spotlighted over the past week.
The Freedom Train Network continues it’s celebration of Black Women this week since it is still May. As such we have also continued our daily recognition of Black women in our circle and we continue to hope that you will do the same for those Black Women in your circle.
The Freedom Train Network continues it’s celebration of Black Women this week since it is still May. As such we have also continued our daily recognition of Black women in our circle and we continue to hope that you will do the same for those black women in your circle.
During this episode of lessons from the screen we are going to be looking at The Women that have been profiled thus far highlighting the fact that everyone can make up their minds to do something beneficial for the community and have an impact. It doesn’t matter whether you get famous or not, it simply matters what you are doing.
It’s Black Woman Appreciation Month this month on the Freedom Train Network. Lessons from the Screen is using its first show during this month of May not to blindly appreciate Black Women, but to let Black Women know that We See You and we Hear YOU. Black Women have always found themselves in an awkward place in American Society. In some ways viewed as not quite the same as Black Men and in other ways viewed as not quite the same as White Women but never really recognized as a unique entity. This middle ground has often times led to a level of invisibility and a constant amount of being used by all sides without offering any major assistance for their own issues. Black Men seek unity with our Black Women as we fight against racism. White Women seek unity with Black Women in their fight against sexism. Neither of the groups however, seem to make much of a fuss about issue affecting black women only and both groups are extremely critical of Black Women especially when they chose to identify as something different from their respective groups.
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