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My first two children entered the world to the sound of my laughter—peals of uncontrollable laughter. When my third child was born on a cruelly hot night last summer in a sterile delivery room, his experience was no different.

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My reaction to birthing may have seemed bizarre to a besieged and battle-weary hospital staff in the midst of a pandemic, but I believe that my joy was a normal response to my scenario. For many people, though, a Black mother choosing joy is in stark contrast to the most prominent stories about Black motherhood.

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Throughout generations, society has rendered Black mothers dangerous—just think of the American mythology surrounding the so-called menace of the pathological Black matriarch of the s, the treacherous welfare queen of the s, and the drug-addled crack mother and her babies of the s. Even within Black communities themselves, as Eva C. Haldane, a year-old doula from Windsor, Connecticut, relayed to me during a Zoom interview, there are confining boundaries around what constitutes authentic and acceptable motherhood.

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Recently, social-justice movements have helped expand and shift ideas about Black mothers and motherhood for the better, most notably through increased attention to the Black maternal-health crisis and through the advocacy of Black mothers who have lost children to police violence. Yet much of the American public still understands Black motherhood as an idea rooted in crisis, as the feminist theorist Jennifer C.

Nash explains in her new book, Birthing Black Mothers. But in classifying Black mothers as symbols of crisis, trauma, and grief, society robs them of their agency, flattening their complex identities. We are not celebrated or validated until we do something for someone else. Our discussions were revealing, with everyone offering different ideas of motherhood unbound by societal assumptions, expectations, and restrictions.

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Even so, a consistent refrain began to emerge: Black mothers see choice, control, and self-definition as integral parts of their visions of freedom. One of the earliest iterations of the Black mother figure in the American consciousness is that of the forced maternal caretaker. I cannot imagine such a creation as a virtuous black woman.

There are innumerable historical examples of Black mothers rejecting these rigid boundaries and definitions in pursuit of their freedom. Perhaps the most prominent one is that of Mamie Till-Mobley, who emerged as a national figure in after two white men kidnapped, tortured, and murdered her year-old son, Emmett Till, while he was in Mississippi visiting family.

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Till-Mobley became a symbol of a specific kind of Black mother—one whose heroism was linked to the trauma of losing her child to white-supremacist violence. But she also served as a model of a Black mother who embraced choice and control as a means of subverting the blame and the stereotypes of deviance that were ased to Black mothers.

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Read: His name was Emmett Till. Backlash to the report was immediate.

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This kind of rhetorical defense of Black mothers was a strategy employed by a diverse set of Black organizations, including the Universal Negro Improvement Association and the Nation of Islam, as a means of countering dehumanizing perceptions of these women. Farmer, author of Remaking Black Powerexplained to me via Zoom—showing up most noticeably in the artwork of the activist Emory Douglas. Read: Does hard work pay off for Black women?

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Lewis, for example, sidestepped motherhood completely. Women like Lewis exhibited what the historian Robin D. But over the course of our discussions, it became clear that they actually did have strong ideas.

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I spoke with academics, corporate executives, stay-at-home mothers, essential workers, unemployed mothers, single mothers, and married mothers. Some mentioned wanting medical advocacy and parity, bodily autonomy, economic equality and stability; others named affordable child care, rent, and homeownership. A couple of women argued that the ability to just be ordinary indicated a measure of autonomy. Many spoke of being unburdened from the weight of blame, judgment, and surveillance.

Almost everyone spoke of rest. Read: To find the history of African American women, look to their handiwork. As such, she decided to use the isolation of quarantine to define a haven for herself and her family.

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SciHonor Devotion, a doula from Bridgeport, Connecticut, whose clientele includes women who are uninsured or on Medicaid, told me that for one of her clients, freedom looked like having the option to choose home births for her children. Still, the women I spoke with rejected a framing that rooted their experience of motherhood in pain.

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Their ideas of free Black motherhood were connected to a unified understanding of agency. As a Black mother of three children who has lived her entire life under the heaviness of racist limitations and violence, I am exhausted.

But Black women have consistently found value in creating new visions for ourselves—even when that new vision simply means welcoming your child into the world with peals of uncontrollable laughter. Popular Latest.

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The Atlantic Crossword. In Subscribe. In classifying Black mothers as symbols of crisis, trauma, and grief, society robs them of their agency, flattening their complex identities. Bethany Mollenkof.

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