“Sister Citizen: Shame, Stereotypes, and Black Women in America” Melissa Harris-Perry. Her work provides an epistemological correction in how we interpret Black womanhood. When we critique the reticence toward hiring African descended women, it is important to understand both where the challenges exist and possible methods of correction.

Black women’s knowledge production is explored in this lecture by Melissa Harris-Perry, who uses citizenship theory to help analyze the corrective to stereotype through self definition. When you listen to this lecture by Melissa Harris-Perry, let us know your thoughts. Please click “like” and forward to others.

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