In his poem the self-hatred, he seems to take advantage of the fact that he is black. At the time, the black community was generally looked down upon and was not expected to achieve much in their lives…
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He urges them to embrace their own culture and to have strength and determination to move out of the stereotypes that have been made for them. He urges the black Americans to better themselves and to create better futures for themselves and to live above all t bad reputations they had been given.
His style of writing includes an invention of words that would not make sense in ordinary writings such as the auntjimammablack. The word does not sound correct neither does it exist and would not make sense in any other context. Madhubuti insisted on the black people creating their own identity and their own culture that would separate them from the white people, his political writings urge the black community to stand up and be counted, to do great things and also rely on themselves. His works suggest that the attitudes of the black people need to be changed and they need to be encouraged to discover the greatness and potential in them (Harper).
Unlike he works of Haki Madhubuti, Gwendolyn’s works arise from her experiences as a back person and her general life as a black child. She talks of the issues that affect the black community at a time when they were considered to be inferior to the white population. For instance the poem ‘Mother’ talks of abortion and the repercussions of abortion. At the time, the blacks were known for a high rate of unwanted pregnancies hence the high rates of abortion. She uses the poem to warn the black community against the effects of abortion especially the psychological effects on the mother. Her works are her own perceptions of the racial discrimination and the misery that the African-Americans lived in (Harper). she also talks of the segregation that faced the black people and that there were different neighborhoods for the lack communities and separate ones for the white people.
Her works do not reflect any particular style or form but rather the theme was of major
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