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   Black women for years have been strongly dealing with black men and their issues of race, jobs and acceptance. This book reflects the anger and frustrations of black women being a single parent and bread winner in the family. Also, the book corroborates black women need for love, and sincere commitment in marriages and relationships. Black women are tired of domestic violence, verbal abuse and disrespect and this is their shout out to those that convey such insensitivity toward them.

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