What is an analysis of the poem "Women" by Alice Walker?

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An analysis of the poem 'Women' by Alice Walker has to center around her thesis that black women of former generations sacrificed on many fronts so their children could have better lives. She mentions their struggles with racial discrimination and poverty, among other trials. She stresses that these women worked to gain something better for their children, even if they themselves couldn't define what better meant.
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