” One of the sad commentaries on the way women are viewed in our society is that we have to fit one category. I have never felt that I had to be in one category. “


” The recognition of rights for women and minorities became a large part of my understanding of what this country is all about. “


” I do not make any apologies for my manner or personality. I come from a long line of very strong, black African-American women who neither bend nor bow. I haven’t had very good modeling in submission. “


” Many African-American men are incarcerated. And so African-American women do carry an enormous burden. And traditionally have carried a greater burden than perhaps their white counterparts. “


” We have a very long way to go to really penetrate the power structure. Until that happens, you will not see stability among the workforce, among women – in the workforce among women. “


” The deal is that women have entered the workforce, but they have not been relieved of the domestic responsibilities. “


” Affirmative action has been generally cast in terms of race. I think women themselves are not as cognizant of the role affirmative action has played in opening the doors for women. “



All 7 Faye Wattleton Quotes about Women in picture


One of the sad commentaries on the way women are viewed in our society is that we have to fit one category. I have never felt that I had to be in one category.
The recognition of rights for women and minorities became a large part of my understanding of what this country is all about.
I do not make any apologies for my manner or personality. I come from a long line of very strong, black African-American women who neither bend nor bow. I haven
Many African-American men are incarcerated. And so African-American women do carry an enormous burden. And traditionally have carried a greater burden than perhaps their white counterparts.
We have a very long way to go to really penetrate the power structure. Until that happens, you will not see stability among the workforce, among women - in the workforce among women.
The deal is that women have entered the workforce, but they have not been relieved of the domestic responsibilities.
Affirmative action has been generally cast in terms of race. I think women themselves are not as cognizant of the role affirmative action has played in opening the doors for women.

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