As a result of Mommy Wars, Leslie became interested in the different experiences facing black and white women in America. Along with fellow Random House author Paula Penn-Nabrit, Leslie conducted a national survey of black and white women exploring how life, work, motherhood, love, money, education and family differ for American women. Twice I have had the chance to become very close to a black woman, once in college and now. In college, that friendship was stopped by peer pressure from her black male friends. As for my friend now, we do great alone or in white company, but in black company, black men stop talking when I draw near, including her husband…The fact that successful black adults still suffer from [prejudice] is very sad and shows how far we have yet to go. Concept As friends and fellow authors, we long wondered why candid communication and camaraderie between black and white women is rare in America.
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The committing of a hidden life event to the written word. I used to wonder if my reluctance was driven by shame, or simply my incredulity at what took place all those years ago. Now, I think that it is those things mostly, but also a hell of a lot more. Over the last few years, particularly in the recent crosswinds of our racial and cultural political climate, this life event bubbled to the surface of my memory, never quite boiling over. I almost never mention it to women.