'Invisible Families: Gay Identities, Relationships, and Motherhood Among Black Women' by Mignon R. Moore

There are approximately 39 million people who check “Black or African-American” on their Census forms. Nearly sixty percent of those individuals identify as female. If Census numbers provide an accurate reflection of a population, then one could imagine that Black or African-American women would be highly visible in their own communities, as well as others…. read more