Black Women are Battling Two Pandemics, Femicide Being One of Them

Are Black women in partnership with men who delight in their oppression? It sure seems that way.

A protest to end Black femicide

According to Black Femicide-US, an organization that tracks homicide and violence towards Black women and girls in the United States, every 6 hours in this country, a black woman or girl is killed. As of November 5th, 2021, the number of deaths to date was…

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