To what do we owe Black women? Everything. To be Black and female in America means that you are ignored, silenced, and sometimes erased. the very fabric of history would be quite different for all of us without the contributions, tears, blood, and love of Black women. As a result of the intersection of patriarchy and white supremacy, Black women are too often left exhausted, overworked, and left out of the historical narrative. This multi-modal creative work is a call to action to end the erasure of Black women with scholarship, visual art, and poetry.
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Anderson, Tamara D. and Anderson, Maya
"The Erasure of Black Women,"
#CritEdPol: Journal of Critical Education Policy Studies at Swarthmore College: Vol. 3
, Article 2: 8-25.
Available at: https://works.swarthmore.edu/critedpol/vol3/iss1/2