Really, Doesn't Crime Pay

What is the theme in Really, Doesn't Crime Pay by Alice Walker?

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The dominant theme present throughout this collection is about black women who long to escape and be free but who are denied that freedom by the society they live in and by their husbands. Black men are portrayed in a negative light and are made to be the oppressors of black women.