angry black woman
In her final White House interview, FLOTUS told Oprah that the racist and sexist stereotype is deeply rooted in fear.
The OITNB star and Tony-nominee opens up with "The Guardian" about honoring Black women in her work and why she only wants to work on projects that are diverse and have a social message.
Here’s how your actions could be presenting you as the “Angry Black Woman” versus the thought leader making power moves.
How the trope of a "disruptive" angry Black girl has become so prevalent that its begun to threaten our very lives.
Shonda Rhimes is focusing on the positives that have come out of the New York Times’ decision to label her an angry Black woman. Most people wouldn’t have blamed Shonda for giving the publication a reason to call her angry after an ill-advised, poorly angled story came out last month. Women, no matter what their given […]
If there’s one thing you know about Michelle Obama, it’s that she don’t take no mess! Case in point, her recent confrontation of a gay rights activist at the Democratic Convention fundraiser. As the first lady approached the heckler, telling her, “One thing I don’t do well, is this,” we couldn’t help but get excited […]