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The truth is there are two hundred white women raped in America by a black man for every one black woman raped by whites.
When you're a black woman, you seldom get to do what you just want to do; you always do what you have to do.
I most sincerely doubt if any other race of women could have brought its fineness up through so devilish a fire.
Black women are going to have to take more leadership. I think we are prepared because we bring a tenaciousness with us. We do not fear losing friends, allies, or jobs.
The empowerment of black women constitutes the empowerment of our entire community.
Black women are the strongest most hardworking people on earth.
I'm convinced that we Black women possess a special indestructible strength that allows us to not only get down, but to get up, to get through, and to get over.
Black women have always been these vixens, these animalistic erotic women. Why can't we just be the sexy American girl next door?
I see other black women imitate my style, which is no style at all, but just letting our hair be itself. They call it the Afro Look.
What is Africa to me: Copper sun or scarlet sea, Jungle star or jungle track, Strong bronzed men, or regal black Women from whose loins I sprang When the birds of Eden sang?
Black women, white women- all of them. I'm colorblind. I don't know the difference. I only know you're a human being and you're my children.
It's so clear that you have to cherish everyone. I think that's what I get from these older black women, that every soul is to be cherished, that every flower Is to bloom.
Black women have been cultured to compare not connect.
Like a lot of Black women, I have always had to invent the power my freedom requires.
My identity is very clear to me now, I am a black woman.
A black woman's body was never hers alone.
As far as I knew white women were never lonely, except in books. White men adored them, Black men desired them and Black women worked for them.
I wanted to show the history and strength of all kinds of black women. Working women, country women, urban women, great women in the history of the United States.
The black woman had had to struggle against being a person of great strength.
Black women are very capable of leading our organizations. I believe that firmly.
I think many people, especially from other cultures, just don't understand the role hair plays in Black women's lives.
Don't let anyone rob you of hope.
Black men should be with Black women. And they should love and honor them.
Don't make a black woman take off her earrings".
When black women stick together, we are the most powerful force in the universe.
How can we teach our children to respect Black women if Black women don't respect Black women?
Work for black women has been an important and valued dimension of Afrocentric definitions of black motherhood.
Black women don't have the same body image problems as white women. They are proud of their bodies.
The best way to protect young black, brown, men of color, women of color, is to actually stop profiling, stop the prejudice, and stop the judgment first.
Black women, whose experience is unique, are seldom recognized as a particular social-cultural entity and are seldom thought to be important enough for serious scholarly consideration.
There ain't nothin' like a Black woman.
I make films about Black women and it doesn't mean that you can't see them as a Black man, doesn't mean that he can't see them as a white man or she can't see them as a white woman.
Black women all over the world should re-unite and re-examine the way history has portrayed us.
When black women are down with you and in your corner, you have an ally that will move Heaven and Earth.
Any film I do is not going to change the way black women have been portrayed, or black people have been portrayed, in cinema since the days of D.W. Griffith.
I am a huge fan of the Black woman. I never hesitate to recommend her when times are bad or things go wrong.
The most unprotected person in America is the black woman.
Billionaires prefer Black women. They are loyal and guard your interests. Black wives are for grown ups.
It can never be bad to have a foundation as a man - a black man - in a time when women are dying for men. Women have started to become lovers of each other as a result of not having enough men.
Black women must challenge black men to live up to their best in every arena of the culture - at job, at home, in school and in religious arenas.
I think it's important to represent black women and our natural hair. Not wearing a weave is totally beautiful and acceptable.
You just have to be strong if you're a black woman.
I love writing about black women, but if you go beyond that, we're human beings - and because we're human beings, it's universal for everybody.
If, with the nation watching, three black women at three different levels can't get justice... for this community, you tell me where you're going to get it in our country.
When I see the leadership roles black women are taking today I am very encouraged.
Major problem for Black women, and all people of color, when we are challenged to oppose anti-Semitism, is our profound skepticism that white people can actually be oppressed.
The myth of black women profiting at the expense of black men is the oldest rap around.
There are enough negative images of Black women out there and I did not want to portray Dorothy Vaughn in any stereotype. I wanted to make sure that her integrity was preserved.
Clearly no one knows what leadership has gone undiscovered in women of all races, and in black and other minority men.
The saddest fact I've learned is nobody matters less to our society than young black women. Nobody.