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Toni Morrison was a famous African American women black feminist writer. Morrison highlights the black woman’s traumatic life through her works. Black women are oppressed and suppressed by the male-dominant of society. They not only were tortured by white masters, but they also struggled in their society. No one reveals their traumatic voice, and no one observes their sufferings in a sense. They are constantly oppressed and suppressed in most places. They struggle to come up in their lives, but they are rejected and neglected by the dominant society. They have enough dreams and desires, but they never have space to show it. No one is there to encourage their talent, and hard work ever suffers from discouragement among their community and society—The Bluest Eye deals with the class struggle, racism, sexism, and identities. According to Toni Morrison, African American women need to come up in their lives and know their value in society. Equal opportunities should be provided to men and women in all places. All women should be protected, respected and identified with concern as a woman by their family members, communities and societies.