NOT YOUR SISTERS IN THE STRUGGLE: WHITE WOMEN WERE HUGE FIGURES IN THE ENSLAVEMENT OF BLACK MEN AND WOMEN
By: Leon Kwasi Kuntuo-Asare
A study by a professor at the University of California-Berkeley revealed that White women were not the docile bystanders as my people may of thought, when it came to the business of enslaving Black people.
An associate professor of history at the University named Stephanie E. Jones-Rogers, discovered through her census data research that from the years 1850-1860, White women in the south were about 40% of the slave owners.
According to the BlackStar:
In her book, ” They Were Her Property: White Women as Slave owners in the American South” which is based on her findings as a professor, Jones-Rogers explained that White women’s involvement in slavery comes from family, as their slave-owning parents ” typically have their daughters more enslaved people than land”.
” what this means is that their very identities as southern women are tied to the actual or possible ownership of other people “, she said according to history.com
She would later go on to explain that the ownership of enslaved people of African descent served as White women’s primary source of wealth, and reportedly the larger amount of slaves a White woman owned made her more desirable for marriage by eligible White Male bachelors.
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Blacker the berry sweeter the juice is something that in this day needs to be preached to the black youth.
To refute in their mind’s all the negative images they see on cable and broadcast t.v
About blacks being ugly, stupid and pretty much anything that justifies their view of our inferiority
Gone are the images of our rich Nubian (KUSH dynasties ) history, only movies by hollywood being made about our history is about slavery
Making our self-esteem lower than the Morale of the worst NBA team
That is why blacker the berry sweeter the juice is something that needs to be preached to the youth!
-LEON KWASI KUNTUO-ASARE
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