Prior to the parade, Wells-Barnett, representing the Alpha Suffrage Club, was asked to march at the rear of the parade rather than with the white Chicago delegation.
Jenika McCrayer is a Contributing Writer for Everyday Feminism.
What this sub is for: Well, anything really! But if a black woman had said or done anything close to that, he would have been ready to beat her down.
This would help to advance the field in important ways.
And when these stereotypes are internalized and then manifested in society, it could have severe consequences.
An interview in which actor Taye Diggs talks about his resentment toward Black women is causing a stir on social media.