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February 18, 2016 M5 1. Get Your Mind Right a. Freedom i. Won’t bow down to racism, injustice ii. Stand iii. Collective of women describing freedom b. Freedom pt2 i. Sisters sticking together ii. Not just in the kitchen iii. As female the role is not just a mother they are going out and getting evolve in the fight for freedom 2. Joyce Lander a. Author of Tomorrow’s Tomorrow 1971 i. Sociologist, activist, and civil servant ii. First Woman President of Howard University iii. Public Housing Problems b. Assets vs. Deficits i. “[W]hen I decided to engage in research on what approaching womanhood meant to poor Black girls in the city… with my academic training” (Ladner, xix-xx). ii. “Black people are involved in a dynamic relationship with their physical and cultural environment … are a peculiar quality which Americans should commend” (Ladner, xxii). iii. “This inability to understand and research the fundamental problem... Simply put, the slave and his master do not view the world in the same way” (Ladner, xxv). c. From Margin to Center i. “The total d. The Big Debate e. Three Keys in Black Womanhood i. The African background ii. Slavery iii. The modern era 1. Black woman as background noise 2. Separate from children still have to work as slave 3. Woman face obstacles when trying to vote f. The Moynihan Report i. (Ladner, 28) “The popular Moynihan report aroused national ii. (Ladner, 30) “In recent years the Black woman has almost become a romantic, legendary figure … the towering pillar of strength and an ‘immoral iii. (Ladner, 32-36) “The theory of Black male emasculation has been advanced strongly … rules to fit their situation”