It looked powerful, united and victorious as over five (5) Million women (and some men) worldwide and over 1 Million in Washington, D.C., marched, spoke, rallied and made their voices heard on January 21, 2017.
But who exactly was making history and what was/is the real agenda behind this mantra of women united?
Naysayers are questioning the real intent or hidden agenda behind this Women’s march on Washington; when historically speaking, the Feminist movement was just another method of “divide and conquer” the black family. Black women were only ever included to boost their numbers with no real benefit.
The traditional feminist movement isn’t really advocating for Black women or other women of color, white feminists have enlisted women of color to ﬁght a battle that’s not entirely theirs to ﬁght.
When in all reality, black women should not feed the dysfunction of devaluing the black male presence and authority of being absent from a family structure.
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