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Black women and a black queen are one in the same Black women have been around for centuries and in past years we were vigorously known as black queens We were known for our strength security stability and power also for our greatness As poet Maya Angelou said Im a woman phenomenally phenomenal woman thats me A black woman is a very powerful being sometimes so powerful that she is not always wise in her decision but a black queen was always wise its just like the phrase you are too smart for your own good Was their wisdom their fault in what they call black queens today Why are our black queens not embraced as such anymore Me personally I have a good understanding of what I am which is a black woman but also a black queen I only would have known this from learning about my history Todays society does not seem to want to study their history which leaves them in the category of black queen but they will never be recognized as so until they stop conforming to society until then they will merely be black women So does history truly repeat itself Will society ever come awake from this slumber Some of the major stereotypes about black women are that they are baby mamas mean ratchet uneducated portrayed like Madea and tough like Michele Obama Today there is a new Renaissance of what the black queens are defined as and changing times dont seem to make it better Black women now are just stereotypes none the less a black queen In society black women are no longer represented as the nurturing protective loving and caring mother now they are called Baby Mamas a term that has no significant value to a black queen but to a black woman A Baby Mama is looked at as someone who has had a child with a man that she has not
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