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Why Are Black Women Associated With Being Single Mothers?

So, this post was a raw one. I basically speak from the heart, and kind of with no boundaries. Sorry not sorry if my raw emotions offend you. I'm only saying what's on my mind, because I know I'm not alone. You think it, but you don't want to say it. That's ok, because I say it for the both of us 😊 You wouldn't believe I spent over 20 minutes looking for a photo of a pregnant Black woman on Google. You would think my eyes would start scanning the images that pop up in the results, but nope. What does my extra woke self notice?

What the hell is that Google? I search "Black Maternity" and the top 3 results?
  1. Black Woman
  2. Single Mom
  3. African American
Why is this? How come this is the narrative? Boo on your stereotypes. So, I compiled a list of beautiful Black families welcoming new life. I don't own copyright to any of these images, just posted from a Google search. 











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