Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Real Black Women

This video is dedicated to a long forgotten Movement called the New Negro Woman Movement. In the late 1890's until the early 1920's this Movement was not just in America - it was an International campaign that pushed for Black Women to be seen as dignified ladies with the utmost respect in a time when many still were looked upon looked rag tag mistress or servants that many were during chattel slavery. These women were the Predecessor to both the Black Nationalist, and Pan-African Movements.

Moreover, they were real black women who endured struggles that black women today cannot imagine. These were strong black women and the women of today’s generation, most of you, should be ashamed for not carrying on their proud legacy. And that's my Thought Provoking Perspective...

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