A woman in the Black Power movement was considered, at best, irrelevant. A woman asserting herself was a pariah. If a black woman assumed a role of leadership, she was said to be eroding black manhood, to be hindering the progress of the black race.
Elaine Brown (Black Panther Party: A Taste Of Power)
We have never had ‘free speech’ whatever you think that means, only the protection of white speech. People wouldn’t be getting admonished and fined for 'I can’t breathe’ shirts if we had it, Muslim women wouldn’t be getting spit on for their hijab.