We aren’t all strong black women.

Submitted via Twitter: @CelesteAurora

It’s more than a stereotype…almost an expectation (from all races) that “strong” is what black women should be. Has “strong” become a euphemism for “it doesn’t matter how we treat them because they’ll survive”?


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