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From Slavery To Trump: White Women Have Always Been On #TeamWhiteSupremacy

AFRICANGLOBE - When 52 percent of white women who voted helped Donald Trump win the presidency in 2016, pundit jaws hit the floor. Despite months of polls, few predicted that a majority of white women would shun Hillary Clinton in favor of a racist and misogynist who bragged about his non-consensual grabbing of women’s vaginas and faced multiple accusations of sexual assault and misconduct.

White Women Going To Prison At Higher Rate Than Ever Before

AFRICANGLOBE - The U.S. imprisonment rate has been declining for almost a decade, yet the number of women in prison at the end of 2015 (about 105,000) is virtually identical to what it was when the de-incarceration trend began. The size of the female inmate population is being maintained by surging imprisonment among women of a particular race: whites.

Trump’s Victory And The Duping Of Black Women By White Feminists

AFRICANGLOBE - To the White feminist women for Trump, I’m so done with y’all. I’ve never felt so betrayed, horrified and disappointed by a group of people in my life. Today, I feel like you slit my soul’s throat with your knife of privileged indifference. Perhaps I’ve been living under a rock for the last few years, or perhaps I’ve been operating under the guise of misplaced faith in you. But here I am, days after, and I want to scream at this pain and betrayal I’m feeling. Like so many feminists in this election and so many more before it, the choice defaulted to Whiteness, above all else. Whiteness at any cost.

Most White Women Sided With Trump Not Hillary

AFRICANGLOBE - One might think Donald Trump's sexist and vulgar statements would sway female voters away from the candidate. But roughly 53% of white women voted for Trump on Tuesday. White women turned out for Trump far more than other minority women. Around 4% of Black women and 26% of Latina women voted for the Republican candidate.

Why Black Women More Ambitious Than White Women — But Have...

AFRICANGLOBE - According to a report from the Center for Talent Innovation (CTI), Black women are significantly more ambitious than white women in the workplace. Just 8% of white women aspire to a powerful position with a prestigious title. On the other hand, 22% of Black women aspire to a powerful role, which is a similar percentage as men.

A Black “Thug” Toddler Equals National News. A White Woman Leaves...

AFRICANGLOBE - Heather Jensen left her two children unattended in an automobile so that she could sneak off and have sex with a man who is not her live-in boyfriend. Heather Jensen's two children died from heat exposure while their mother rutted with her Lothario.

Black Feminists Have A Hugo Problem, Too – Among Other Things

AFRICANGLOBE - Feminism in truth, really meant Feminism for White and at least nominally middle-class Women - and any other kinds of Women, especially Black, had to get in where they fit in, if at all.

Study: Black Men More Likely To Date White Women – Is...

AFRICANGLOBE - A study on online dating, conducted by the University of California Berkeley, has resurfaced with some interesting claims. Several news outlets are claiming this study proves that Black men are more likely to date White women - and not Black women. But is it really true?

Alabama Pardons ‘Scottsboro Boys,’ Blacks Falsely Accused of Raping White Women...

AFRICANGLOBE - The legacy of the "Scottsboro Boys" is secure: The nine Black teens were wrongly convicted more than 80 years ago in one of America's most infamous racial tragedies.

Demographic Blowback: Race, Class and the US Election

Race, far more than gender, was the key to victory in the recent US election. “White women still gave Romney a greater share of...

Black Women, the Most Religious Group in the U.S. – Study

Despite the sound and fury of the White male evangelical right-wing, Black women are the religious stalwarts of America. Period. A nationwide Washington Post and...

Black Women More Ambitious Than White Women -Survey

When I awoke for work last night I had a News Alert from the Washington Post. It was regarding a special report based upon a new National survey where Black women define themselves. The email blast teased the five page article written by Krissah Thompson as revealing “how Black women in America feel about career, religion, relationships, personal finances and discrimination.” Reading through the content each of those subjects is touched upon but it all comes back to one of the central themes in which Black women have been discussed in the media for at least the last five years: relationships.