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African Diaspora, Black Women in Europe

I wouldn’t feel safe onboard Ryanair

Leave our mothers and grandmother alone.

It is always precarious travelling while black, especially for a woman. Let’s face it. Women are less valued in society or we would earn the same pay as men, proportionately occupy the same leadership positions as men, and not get punished for having children as career women. Another irrefutable truth is that black women suffer even more just because we are black.

Queue up the latest attack on us, this time by a white man and supported by Ryanair, the low budget airline that disrupted the industry. Fair well you pioneer. We’d rather have our self-respect, thank you. Don’t know what I’m going on about? Please take a few minutes to view the video below, read the open letter and add your signature.

NOTE: Please add your signature on this open letter to Ryanair in the comments. However, you can’t add your comment signature if you are using a mobile device. Please use a laptop or PC.

This is why our work is so important. Help us compile the most comprehensive directory of organizations across Europe that support black women by submitting their names and websites to contact@bwiesmg.org.

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