EP 3 - White Women Tears
Episode 3 The Black Women Working Podcast are drawing on the comparison between Black Women Tears and White Women Tears in the workplace.
White Women Tears is a term of reference to describe the common use of crying and other expressions of distress by white women as a means of weaponizing their privilege and inherent whiteness, exerting full power over white womanhood as a class historically designated as delicate, racially superior and in need of protection
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Thank you to the team at Haringey Shed, Selby Centre, Andre Rodney and episode engineers, Sami Rebel, Wiz and Prince for their ongoing support in the recording and production of the Black Women Working Podcast.
Artwork: Camilla Ru @thecamru