2 birthday parties, 2 trips out of town in thirty days, 4 flights across country, and still source inventory for the business....let's not forget to teach the kids their lessons for the day.

Even fewer can say with conviction that they trust a Black woman in either a business or personal relationship.

My friend, former Rutgers Business School Professor Dr.

dt ogilvie, co-authored a phenomenal paper about African American Women Executives (AAWE).

Her paper documents how AAWE leadership traits are very different from white women’s.

They’re actually similar to white male leadership traits.

This creates a conflict with many white men, especially those from my generation (age 47) or older.

It comes from a mix of racial AND gender stereotyping.

So, I'm looking for any bars or other places in the city that have pretty good mixed crowds or just chill environments where race isn't even considered.

Question: Do all white men think all Black women are hoochie mama, welfare, child bearing, uneducated b******?

Answer: No, I don’t think all white men feel that way about Black women.

However, media images and the lack of interracial socializing have led to a situation where the distinct minority of white men can say that they truly know a Black woman.