The Role of Black Women in Southern America in "Their Eyes Were Watching God".
The Role of Black Women in Southern America
The post-Civil War era of the United States led to radical changes in the demographics of its citizens. Reconstruction led to liberal thoughts on the equality of blacks and women. These ideas, although never passed into law, influenced the way minorities had a voice in the government. By the 1920, black men and white women had "equal" rights as citizens, but black women were still treated as though not deserving of equal status, as though they were "de mule uh de world." In Their Eyes Were Watching God, Zora Neale Hurston epitomizes the femi…
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