But, Who Speaks For Me

Something that I’ve began to wonder about is if the black woman has lost her power? Have we settled for society’s need to conform and cluster black women altogether? Have we stepped back from the days when we asked questions and demanded answers?! I may be somewhat blunt and extremely critical, but let’s be honest black women face a variety of issues such as health risks, economic instability, lack of education, and physical/emotional abuse. Since when was it ever okay to allow people to u
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Invisible Voices: Women living in Poverty

Invisible Voices: Women living in Poverty
Poverty is a woman’s issue both domestic and internationally;women not only make up over half of the world’s population but are also much more likely than men to experience homelessness and poverty. While there is a huge difference when of poverty is talked about in a first world country as opposed to poverty in a third world country, one cannot deny the number of women who have been impacted by this social issue. But, one would have to question: why are there so many women who are living in pov
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