1 thought on “On Being A Woman Who Is Black — Seasoned Woman, Part 3

  1. I loved 🥰 reading about your upbringing and how you parlayed it into, giving back knowledge, to us mere mortals. In reading this article…From a personal note, I only wished I had persevered and be able to have bought my mother a house! On the White privileged segment ‘Women of color’, should have our concerns pushed forward, with more clarity, such as your written chronicle of how our invention was stolen and given to the white women on a platter no less…thank you Dr. Theda Palmer-Saxton.

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