March is Women’s History Month, a time to look at the many contributions women have made throughout history. But lately, there have been a number of studies examining the lives of Black women, from their body sizes in comparison to White women to assessing that they’re more likely to get swept up in a tsunami than to get married.
The latest survey comes from “The Washington Post” and the Kaiser Family Foundation and, surprisingly, they found that contrary to popular belief, Black women are doing just fine.
Krissah Thompson, national staff writer for “The Washington Post”; Rahiel Tesfamariam, founder of urbancusp.com; and Dr. Tricia Bent-Goodley, Howard University professor, joined Roland Martin on Washington Watch to talk about this new survey.
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