Africa Slave women
African slave women were some of the stronger women in the world after all the pain and suffering they endured on slave ships coming to America by crew members. Slave women were taken advance of and beaten if they refused crew members.
When the slave ships reached America Men and women was auction off to anyone who had money and was interested in owning a slave. Women were inspected and sold to the highest bidder. Once sold Africans women had no control of themselves, they belong to the master and did whatever he wanted.
After Abraham Lincoln freed slaves, some slaves left their masters with no food or clothes they wanted to find there own way, a few died. Those who didn't leave was never told by there masters they were free. Plantation owner needed them to work basically for nothing.
Africans women content worked for the master wife cleaning, cooking and taking care of the children.
Some of the masters grew tired of the relationships they had with there wives, forcing themselves on the women of color.
If the women refused their masters they were beaten and their husband's lives were threating. Slave women husbands knew what was going on between his wife and the master but were afraid if he interfered he would be shot or killed.
Slave men stood back and watched their masters abuse their women and didn't know how to protect them because of fear. African women learned how to protect her husband and family by doing what the master wanted her to do.
Most of all the women gave birth to white children fathered by there masters. Slave men took their anger out on their wives by abusing them because of the white children they had.