“I never let white men get off easy…”: Q & A with author and historian Sharony Green on black-white intimacies in antebellum America (PART 2)

“Yes, it’s hard to write and publish a book like this with Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, Sandra Bland and Freddie Gray and so many others no longer with us. Trayvon attended my sister’s church. His mother still does. These souls and racism are right here beside all of my messy evidence, past and present.” -Dr. Sharony Green, historian and author
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“Remember Me To Miss Louisa”: Q & A with author and historian Sharony Green

“Critical study of womanhood, in all its complexities, is needed for today’s women who are still living through so many oppressions. Not that much has happened that we get to escape societal agreements about our sanity, our worth, our ability to contribute, our need for rest and to be protected and to protect and so on.” Dr. Sharony Green, on her work and book “Remember Me to Miss Louisa: Hidden Black-White Intimacies in Antebellum America” … More “Remember Me To Miss Louisa”: Q & A with author and historian Sharony Green

Birthing a Slave: Reproduction and Inhumanity during America’s Slavery Era

Originally posted on Jubilo! The Emancipation Century:
Most people know of slavery, but we don’t know about slavery. Specifically, we don’t know how dehumanizing it was to be a slave. We might understand what it’s like to be denied freedom or dignity at an intellectual level. But for many of us, we don’t have a…