• When a Black Woman Looks Like This...Something Is Wrong

  • How Black Women Cope with Domestic Violence
  • By: Raymoni Love
  • Narrated by: Rafael Osaba
  • Length: 57 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 03-28-17
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Love Uprising Publishing
  • 5 out of 5 stars 5.0 (1 rating)

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Publisher's Summary

Marriage, relationships, and interpersonal relationships has change for black women, and it is apparent that many of them are becoming victims of domestic violence than ever before. Police stations and court dockets are replete with black men and women that have violently disagreed and have to undergo therapy to mend their violent misunderstandings. The main tragedy is that many back women and young girls are dying because of domestic violence. Young black girls that have not tasted the beautiful air of progress and success in life are dying as young black boys release their rage upon them without remorse. Why are there so many women being victims of violence in their communities? Some would say that black women themselves are responsible for majority of the cases that leave them victims of violence. And if this is true, what has become of the black families that raise these young beautiful black women? In addition, this book expatiates on real issues that carefully look at black women as victims of domestic violence and black women that are perpetrators of domestic violence.
©2010 Urian R. Sturgis Sr. (P)2017 Urian R. Sturgis Sr.
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