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The Struggles Of Black Women In The United States Since Slavery

With Garnett Ankle | via WPKN Public Radio

March 28, 2021


We are currently celebrating Women’s History Month. On today’s show the focus is on Black women in the United States Since Slavery.

Host Garnett Ankle speaks with Kenyatta Thompson, Director of Organizing at the Katal Center. The Katal Center works to strengthen the people, policies, institutions, and movements that advance equity, health, and justice for everyone.

The general topic for discussion surrounds “The Struggles of Black Women In The United States Since Slavery.”

Guest Kenyatta Thompson fields questions on:

1. Women’s Suffrage and Its Impact on Black Women today
2. The Lack of Equal Pay For Equal Work Done By Black Women
3. Black Women in the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender & Queer, LGBTQ Community
4. The Me Too Movement and Its Impact on Black Women.

Listen to the full broadcast here.

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