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Last year, Black women earned 62 cents on the dollar compared to white men. The economic racism and sexism that Black women face are reflected in the rate of marriage for Black women.
Among those reasons: centuries of laws and customs denying Black people the right to marry, welfare policies and the prison-industrial complex. Click the audio player above to hear the interview.
The following is an excerpt from the book. The weight of financing the phone calls from two inmates, however, demanded that she compromise. When her ex-husband called, she had to pay ten dollars if her daughter spoke with him for ten minutes, basically a dollar per minute. And I told him. Call Christelle just to say hello and how-you-doing and then pick up the pen and write her. You know, she can write.
She has very good penmanship. Current prison reform activism at the state and national levels has advanced steps to outlaw predatory policies requiring prisoners and their families to pay exorbitant fees for collect calls.
The bill would have prohibited decades-old telecommunications policies in all carceral facilities nationwide, if only it had not stalled in Congress. Undoubtedly, many will follow the outcomes of these critical efforts in ensuing years. They need and deserve the sensual pleasures of life, eating together, shared vulnerabilities, romantic intimacy, and a therapeutic environment that rehabilitates and celebrates small victories, whatever they may be.
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