'They deserve more respect'


The stories of aggression against black women and girls should be a more visible part of the #MeToo movement, says Ed Gray Written By:  Ed Gray

THIS HAS been a monumental year for the reaffirmation of women’s rights in the workplace and the ballot booth. This is long overdue.

The battle for the rights of women, and specifically black women and girls, has gone on for centuries.

In America, the spotlight on this fight for women’s rights shines brightly on white women, while black women, who have often fought more vigorously for equality and justice, are largely consigned to the shadows of the movement.

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The Voice Online - Sun, 13 May 2018 12:00:00 +0000

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