Why I Love Black Women by Michael
It's About Time That A Black Man Speaks Postively About Black Women
Dr. Dyson has done an extraordinary job of sharing his heartfelt
commitment and honor of Black women. I, for one, am proud and glad to
know that such love exists. --Iyanla Vanzant In this open love letter to
black women everywhere, Michael Eric Dyson celebrates the strength and
beauty of African-American women. From Miss James, his grammar
school teacher, to Linda Johnson Rice, who heads the communications
empire that publishes Ebony and Jet; from Toni Morrison, whose novels
inspired him, as a young welfare dad, to Debbie Bethea, the housecleaner
whose labors remind him of his mother in Detroit; from civil rights widow
Myrlie Evers-Williams to activist and scholar Angela Davis-and many
more-the women in Dysons pantheon inspire us to remember, When we
love black women, we love ourselves, and the God who made us.
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I just ordered the book it sounds like a postive book, I can't wait to read it.
It is sicking how black men can't said anything postive about black women.
I don't know what kind of parents are raising these black men who are
feeling this way, I am very disappointed in these black men today. I feel
that these black men are black racist and sometimes I feel that I might be a
black racist against a black man. I hate to say it, but I couldn't even t alk to
a black man anymore because I may think he feels that way about a sister.
I live in Atlanta and you hardly see black men with a sister. I'm a very
attractive sister I own a business and I'm a single mom. I'm rasing a son
and I'm teaching him now how to love himself and love black women. After
I read the book I will write my reveiw.
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