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Postmortem Fame, Public Shame for Black Mothers

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Black women are hardly ever on the cover of commercial publications or standing in front of television cameras with a sea of microphones in their faces unless they are famous actresses, entertainers, public figures--or their sons were murdered.

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