Racism is a complex issue rooted in historical and systemic factors. The phenomenon you mentioned, black men hating black women, can stem from internalized racism, societal stereotypes, and the impact of patriarchy. It is important to understand that racism cannot be attributed to any one group or gender, as it is a problem that affects society as a whole and requires systemic solutions.
She wants to go to church with Jess and his family because she never went be for and she wants to know the experience.
Elizabeth Cady Stanton
male police pat searched 11 year old female and made her get on ground for no reason
It means equal, not equal but different, not equal but equally respected, not equal but equally important.
Equal. How equal has been shown by our court decisions. In Canada men do not have to wear a shirt in public. We have decided that women do not have to wear shirts in public. Lots of people have lots of reactions to that but it is important that women can go topless in public.
That so many women do not feel safe going topless in public shows that while many Canadians, particularly multi-generational Canadians have strong beliefs, backed by courts, we are failing women. They are not yet equal.
The biggest struggle now is with new Canadians. They were not here during the 50's, 60's and 70's when Canada made spousal abuse not just not acceptable but very offensive to most Canadian men. New Canadians often bring with them attitudes and cultural practices towards women that are not just offensive to Canadians but illegal. Equality in Canada means not accepting such attitudes.
Equal means Equal, the same in all ways possible. The same rights and duties. Equal.
Germaine Greer (the Female Eunuch). Erica Jong (Fear of Flying).
There have been a few gains by women since the 1960s. Most have been in the political and business worlds.
Gloria Gaynor was born on September 7, 1949.
There are several....it was a decades-long movement. The most famous was Susan B. Anthony; however, Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Julia Ward Howe are considered to be truer tactical leaders of the movement. All three ladies died before the 19th Amendment was ratified,
They are not, no more than any other group of people.
This prior answer below is an excellent example of stereotypical and offensive racial bigotry and gender/sexism bias, and is totally incorrect:
Blacks typically come from low income households. Low income households generally do not make enough to feed all of their children, so black children are especially hostile because their parents can't afford proper food for them. On another note, Blacks are typically single parents. Black females make bad decisions roughly at the young age of 16 and get impregnated with multiple children. These children, of course, lack all sense of discipline and get ... [okay, THAT's enough!]
See the related question below about why blacks are tough, for more information about bigotry and stereotyping this way.
The women's movement is a social movement.
it happened because hobos rule
Women have always had rights. In the USA those have been guaranteed by Constitution. No women can be compelled to give evidence against themselves, or to be convicted twice of the same crime, or to surrender the right to speedy trial or right to bear arms.
many women joined the abolitionist movement. as these women worked to end slavery they noticed how few rights they had to. so both black and white abolitionist men and women joined the struggle for womens rights
This is for Odyssey Ware
Progressive women held extensive campaigns throughout the country lobbying to get the vote. They also used the constitution's goal of equality to argue that women should be allowed to vote.
Some people are sexist simply because of their upbringing, sadly. Others are sexist because of personal contemplations and judgemental habits. By making some kind of sexist remark (speaking seriously, or even jokingly) someone reveals a large part of their personality as well as who he/she is as a human. So there you have it.
So many people are sexist either because they get pleasure in making the other sex mad or just truly believe they are better. There is also the fact there doing it to fit in.
Betty Friedan and Gloria Steinem are two "second-wave feminists." The first wave of feminism began in the mid-1800s (starting in 1848, at Seneca Falls, NY). Many people believe the second wave began when Betty Friedan published her book "The Feminine Mystique" in 1963. Throughout the 1960s and beyond, Friedan and Steinem were leaders of the social movement that came to be called "women's liberation." The two women came from very different backgrounds and life stories, but they worked together tirelessly to improve conditions for women and to fight against sexism in the popular culture.
she was a champion of women's rights in the vein of Betty Friedan and the like, remembered for her activism and was the face of the women's rights movement in the 60's. She famously said "a woman without a man is like a fish without a bicycle".
opportunities to gain power in society