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Throughout western culture, the media has found many ways to sexualize and caricaturize the physical attributes of black women. However, the mammy figure depicts a black woman who has no sexual lure even while still possessing the physical chara (More)
amilliga wrote: What’s The Mammy?
This photo above represents what many slaveowners and people back in the day depicted black women to look like. Creed stated in his book Ain't I a Beauty Queen? “Mass media images of black women may have been produced for the amusement of (More)
amilliga wrote: She Had a Name
Hattie McDaniel played the role of “Mammy” a slave, head of house management, and care provider to one of the main white helpless female character’s in “Gone With the Wind” 1939, that film was my first conscious exposure to the dehumanizin (More)
The role of the “mammy” derived during slavery, which resulted from the race relations the country endured. A mammy was typically an overweight black woman, employed by a white family to serve as their caregiver, and provide assistance to the fa (More)
                                      Yummmmmm, who doesn’t like pancakes? Aunt Jemima was an iconic spokesperson for helpless pancake makers everywhere, but just like the times of old, many White mother (More)
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amilliga wrote: Hyper-Mammy what?
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