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The black American woman resides in a conceptual space that exhibits a profound and complex network of interwoven modes of oppression. These categorical constructions clearly attempt to deny subjective agency to black women by turning all available avenues of self-identification into sites of oppression. That is, thought together, these labels form an ever-expanding discursive net that aims to capture all modes of black female agency, reducing them to categories that are subsumed under and reflective of the hegemony of patriarchal, white supremacist culture. However, even in the face of such opposition, Collins maintains that it is viable and necessary for black women to resist the force of these images. That is, how can people be sure that their resistance to one image or ideology or even a series of images or ideologies is not backing her into another? Thinking of the black woman as an emergence, as a process , is certainly a powerful vehicle for resisting such a problem.

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Skip to Content. It emphasizes the importance of intersectionality in our American society. This article demonstrates how there are intersectionality gender and race aspects to misrepresentations. In this article, Collins analyzes the tropes that many Black women are faced with on a frequent basis. African-American women have been stereotyped in several different roles which are limiting and contribute to the oppression Black women continue to face.

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Mammies, Matriarchs, and Other Controlling Images

Binary thinking is a concept that helps to explain mammies, matriarchs, and other controlling images placed on Black female identity, Collins, These are just a few examples of objectifying relationships. Binary relationships are present in cultural and gender stereotypes. They can be found in the media as well such as the welfare mom. Negative images and biases through objectification of negative relationships, help to define binary thinking and how it works to objectify Black female identity. Binary thinking addresses how objects are related to each other. This includes cultural differences, relationships between social groups, and the African American female identity.

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