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Soul on Ice Chapter Summary & Analysis - White Woman, Black Man, To All Black Women, from All Black Men Summary

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White Woman, Black Man, To All Black Women, from All Black Men Summary and Analysis

Cleaver addresses his final chapter to all black women. He says that he heard his woman scream out, and did nothing to help her. He says that he embraced violence and was willing to kill another black man or a black woman, but would pick cotton all day for a white master. He says that he was willing to accept his lot in life, and that he seldom died of old age. He touches on caution versus cowardice, but stops short of calling black men cowards. He ends the chapter and the book by saying that the blacks had always expected that they would climb from slavery and oppression into "a cool, green and peaceful, sunlit place," but that it was "a wild...

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