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We are black women, but we are not just angry


She is angry, emotional and incapable of living life free of being controlled by passions. She is often rude and aggressive; this woman is a force to be reckoned with, and God help any man who tries to get in her way. A stereotype that is equal parts damaging and annoying, the image of the “angry black woman” is prominent in today’s society.

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