Black Women and Self Actualization
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In this article, the writer looks at the social group of Black women and argues that in spite of the achievements of the women's rights movement of the 1960s,many opportunities and pathways to self-actualization are not available to black women. The writer discusses that in a society in which Black women were slaves to whites and subservient to Black males, the struggles for equality that have existed in the world have not changed the social perception of Black females.
From the Paper:"In viewing the societal landscape it is evident that there are very few Black women that lead corporations, political entities or educational institutions. This is primarily because Black women as a social group have been overlooked and outcast by those outside of their culture, as well as those within it. It is often believed that the women's rights movement in the 1960s changed the existence of all women for the better, opening doors that created opportunity and a road toward self-actualization. Yet, for most Black women this was not the case."
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