Sexism In African American Women
Sexism has an enormous impact on women and minorities by treating them unequally in the society. Women are more likely than men to be the victims of domestic violence. A black woman is more likely to experience domestic violence than a white woman or any other races. They are also limited in education because a white dominate man thinks that education is not a women thing it’s a man’s thing. There are several disparities that women and minorities face when it comes to violence, employment, education opportunities, and health care.
Women have faced many disparities in terms of violence because in many countries, valued women less. It’s estimated that 29.1% of African American women are the victims of violence by their intimate …show more content…
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