Why Black Women Are Unprotected


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In light of the recent pre-trial for the popular case of the alleged shooting of rapper Megan Thee Stallion by artist Tory Lanez, the rapper reveals that she has received death threats. Although Megan Thee Stallion is a star she is not excused from the lack of protection Black Women face on a daily basis. According to Institute for Women’s Policy Research Black women face high rates of intimate partner violence, rape, and homicide. Gloria J. Brown-Marshall, Professor of Constitutional Law at John Jay College and member of the Black Women’s Studies Association and author of She Took Justice: The Black Woman, Law, and Power shares why Black Women go unprotected and how they rise in spite of it.

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