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Three Historical Instances of American Anti-Black Transmisogyny
1. “The Man Monster” Mary Jones/Peter SewallyOn June 11, 1836, New York City stone mason Robert Haslem went looking for a little nocturnal fun. He found it on Bleecker Street in the form of a pretty black sex worker, who took him to an alley near her house at 108 Greene St., a known whorehouse, wher...
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2016 is the year of the Unapologetic Black Woman if yall haven’t caught on yet.
From Rihanna making the first single off her new album the MOST CARIBBEAN ASS SONG on that bitch.To Nicki skraight ETHERING niggas on Down in the DM RemixTo Beyonce REMINDING YOU BITCHES THAT SHE BLACK AF AND YALL CANT NOR WONT TAKE THAT SHIT FROM HER.BLACK WOMEN AINT HERE FOR THE BULLSHIT.AND I AM ...
The Women Of The Black Panther Party
While the image of the Black Panther Party often conjures one of a male in the signature beret carrying a gun, women were right there alongside the men of the party, making up an estimated 50 percent of membership. Women played roles at every level of the party, from press secretaries and editors ...
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Bessie Stringfield; “Motorcycle Queen of Miami”
Bessie Stringfield (1911–1993), nicknamed “The Motorcycle Queen of Miami,” was the first African-American woman to ride across the United States solo, and during World War II she served as one of the few motorcycle despatch riders for the United States military.Credited with breaking down barr...
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5 black women have died in jail this month:
Sandra Bland’s alleged suicide by hanging in a Waller County, Texas, jail cell on July 13 sparked suspicion of foul play from her family members and advocates Bland was 28 years old.Kindra Chapman died under similar circumstances. The 18-year-old’s death by asphyxiation in a Homewood, Al...