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Residues of Slavery, Racial Stereotypes of the ‘Angry Black Woman’ Often Put Black Women and Girls in Harm’s Way

The pervasive racial stereotypes of Black women — as being angry, of having an attitude, and other unflattering characteristics — are deeply rooted in slavery. Blair LM Kelley, assistant dean for interdisciplinary studies and international programs, featured. 

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