Tuesday, January 13, 2009


Why are Black Women so Bitter? The world wants to know!After watching numerous talk shows and listening to the worlds view on black women, I decided to write my own personal blog about the topic of bitter black women. Since slavery, the roles of the black families have been reversed. The Structure of the African American families was ripped apart by an ideal of a supreme white America. The black male was stripped of his manhood, forcing him to become weak or eventually be killed. The black women observed the black male beat, killed, and loose his identity. As a result, she had to become strong for the African American existence. She became strong like a man to save her man. This unselfish act made her put her true Identity aside. Her emotions were buried; the thought of being married was annihilated. By the way, her children were sold as slaves. She was raped and forced to give up her virtue. The African American woman became a breeding ground to produce slaves. The African American woman was striped of her very essence, causing hurt beyond measure. Bitterness aroused toward humanity and a misplaced strength was formed. Slavery, the war between the north and the south, and the civil rights movement left her history and passion for life erased. Forced to create an identity to live, the African American woman became strong. The African American woman led people out of slavery (Harriet Tubman). The African American woman refused to sit in back of the bus (Rosa Parks). The African American woman was the backbone for one of the world greatest international leaders (Mrs. King).The African American woman prayed and held the church together for decades. She fought in the courtrooms for the African American men who faced injustice. The African American Woman cried, wiped her face, and raised families due to the absence of the African American male. Instead of judging her, we should have thanked her! Thanked her for building America on her back! Thanked her for praying and fighting for equality of her race, family, men and country. History books are not accurate about her. Two or more Presidents had black concubines/girlfriends and biracial kids (Thomas Jefferson and Sally Hemings). February gives us a month and she is barley mentioned! Music wouldn’t celebrate her! The country would not acknowledge her so GOD put her in the White House. The African American Woman use to work for presidents now see is married to the President. So my conclusion is this. The African American Woman is not bitter; SHE is beautiful and loyal!

I challenge all races of people to love on the African American woman and watch her inter beauty overwhelm you. You will fall in love with who she is. There is a popular saying “What would JESUS do”? He would make it right! We are all created equal, under one GOD, one FAITH and one LORD JESUS CHRIST!

By: Eric Davis aka OLDHEAD

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Email address: oldhead1@gmail.com

edited by:Abayomi O. Atolagbe

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