The case for Lindo whereby her mother and matchmaker finds her a husband at the age of four is a true reflection of an ethnic group experience. While it is evident that Lindo later went to the united states and had the opportunity to get a husband of her own choice, her mother’s culture seems to have greatly restricted her choices.  This is an ethnic group experience whereby culture imposes certain rules which to be adhered to without free will. It highlights the societies demand women to succumb to fear and patriarchy, a misconception the author wants to demystify. This artifact voices the pain and the emergence of power through decades of gender marginalization, racism, and poverty which serves to empower the American women of color. The cultural action for freedom has shaped racial tolerance


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