Women Unified Presents Debunking The Myth of the Angry Black Women in the 21st Century

In celebration of Women's History Month, we'll have an open discussion of the history of the "Angry Black Woman" on Monday, March 8th at 1PM!

What is the definition of an Angry Black Woman? When did the black women become angry in America? And is their truth within this label? And how in the 21st Century can we begin to debunk the stereotype of the Angry Black Woman?

We look forward to you joining us in this discussion!

Visit bit.ly/hpcwum to RSVP!!!!

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  1. Joseph Zapata
  2. (201) 963-4779 x1122
  3. joseph@hudsonpride.org
Mon, March 08
1:00 pm — 2:00 pm
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In celebration of Women's History Month, we'll have an open discussion of the history of the "Angry Black Woman" on Monday, March 8th at 1PM!

What is the definition of an Angry Black Woman? When did the black women become angry in America? And is their truth within this label? And how in the 21st Century can we begin to debunk the stereotype of the Angry Black Woman?

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