Dr. S. Rasheem discusses the cult of true womanhood as a flawed tool with which to measure African-American motherhood, including the pathologization of the Black family, family structures beyond the nuclear family, the importance of marriage and headship, perceptions of working mothers, and limitations of gender roles.
African American Motherhood Contextualized
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Rasheem, S. (Academic). (2021). African American motherhood contextualized [Video]. SAGE Knowledge. https://www.doi.org/10.4135/9781529762280
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