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09/18/2011

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Awesome and timely topic given the cluutre of todays society as it relates to women. Historically, we do understand that women, just as blacks, were seen as inferior to men therefore, suffering some of the same oppressive symptoms as many blacks in our community. Now just imagine, Black women, as W.E.B. Dubois believed, has to deal with the double consciousness of being both black and being a woman. So, with this, you can only imagine, the amount of oppression that women has historically had to deal with in our country.With this, we have to respect and empower our women through positive reinforcement. Given that women, who are bibically birth from man, and are the mortal creators of life, they indeed deserve to be treated with more respect and honor. Women should be loved, adored, and treasurered because they are indispensible.

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