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Why we hate Black Women: Deconstructing the Paradox of Black Female Masculinity is a book that takes a critical look at the lives of Black Women in order to answer a few questions: Why are so many Black women alone? Why are they abused, abandoned, betrayed, devalued and haled? This quest for truth opens up a cultural Pandora's Box of issues that date back over 400 years. W Why we hate Black Women: Deconstructing the Paradox of Black Female Masculinity is a book that takes a critical look at the lives of Black Women in order to answer a few questions: Why are so many Black women alone? Why are they abused, abandoned, betrayed, devalued and haled? This quest for truth opens up a cultural Pandora's Box of issues that date back over 400 years. Whether we're discussing corporate women, college women, church women or economically challenged women, their stories are the same. Whether they've reached the heights of an Oprah Winfrey or have struggled to make ends meet, there is one chord that binds them all together - the stigma of what it means to be Black and female in America. Why We Hate Black Women helps to close the ever-increasing historic wedge in Black relationships in order to heal our families and rebuild our communities.


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Why we hate Black Women: Deconstructing the Paradox of Black Female Masculinity is a book that takes a critical look at the lives of Black Women in order to answer a few questions: Why are so many Black women alone? Why are they abused, abandoned, betrayed, devalued and haled? This quest for truth opens up a cultural Pandora's Box of issues that date back over 400 years. W Why we hate Black Women: Deconstructing the Paradox of Black Female Masculinity is a book that takes a critical look at the lives of Black Women in order to answer a few questions: Why are so many Black women alone? Why are they abused, abandoned, betrayed, devalued and haled? This quest for truth opens up a cultural Pandora's Box of issues that date back over 400 years. Whether we're discussing corporate women, college women, church women or economically challenged women, their stories are the same. Whether they've reached the heights of an Oprah Winfrey or have struggled to make ends meet, there is one chord that binds them all together - the stigma of what it means to be Black and female in America. Why We Hate Black Women helps to close the ever-increasing historic wedge in Black relationships in order to heal our families and rebuild our communities.

38 review for Why We Hate Black Women: Deconstructing the Paradox of Black Female Masculinity

  1. 4 out of 5

    African Americans on the Move Book Club

    This book is not an anti-black women book. The title speaks volumes of what we do to ourselves and our community. This book defines what is wrong or needs to be adjusted within our own selves. From the exploits of black women in videos, to the self hate from black women to another, to the physical abuse men place on our women, to the obstacles women face in the work field, and to the aspect of successful black women never being married and why. This is a book that makes us take a deep look at ou This book is not an anti-black women book. The title speaks volumes of what we do to ourselves and our community. This book defines what is wrong or needs to be adjusted within our own selves. From the exploits of black women in videos, to the self hate from black women to another, to the physical abuse men place on our women, to the obstacles women face in the work field, and to the aspect of successful black women never being married and why. This is a book that makes us take a deep look at ourselves and values. What did our ancestors work so hard for? Are we making them proud? I do believe this book has a great light on what can be work on in our black society. I did enjoy its read and it allowed me to take a look at myself and others I know. Anything that has you thinking about yourself worth is a great book in my opinion. Tamika Newhouse AAMBC Reviewer

  2. 4 out of 5

    Gala

    I read this book a long time ago. I liked it because it was information from a black male point of view.

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