by Thomas A. Foster
Sexual assault of enslaved men occurred systematically and in a wide variety of forms.
SOURCE: Washington Post
by Angie Maxwell
The often overlooked question that explains why discussion of a gender gap leads us astray.
Stephanie Jones-Rogers gives interview on how white women’s “investment” in slavery has shaped America today
The author of They Were Her Property: White Women as Slave Owners in the American South explains why white women were not bystanders to slavery.
SOURCE: Nursing Clio
by Jacqueline Mercier Allain
The reality is that women—white women in particular—are among today’s anti-choice movers and shakers.
A new history reveals that for female slaveholders, the business of human exploitation was just as profitable—and brutal—as it was for men.
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