Black Positive People : Seen and Not Heard: Black Women’s Voices Matter

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    Seen and Not Heard: Black Women’s Voices Matter
    Maxine Waters and black women of her ilk are unmoved by those seeking to hush them

    ... Waters responded to O’Reilly’s criticism by speaking out on MSNBC on Chris Hayes: “Let me just say this: I’m a strong black woman and I cannot be intimidated, I cannot be undermined, I cannot be thought to be afraid of Bill O’Reilly or anybody.” And Waters isn’t alone in her experience, though hers was more public than most; on Twitter, activist Brittney Packett started a hashtag, #BlackWomenAtWork, so that other black women could shed light on the racist and sexist micro-aggressions they routinely experience in the workplace ...

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry...ens-voices-matter_us_58ebc729e4b081da6ad00673

    Black Women Speaking Truth To Power Are America's Last Hope

    Maxine Waters and black women of her ilk are unmoved by those seeking to hush them.
    huffingtonpost.com


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    04/10/2017 03:16 pm ET | Updated 1 day ago


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