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ENG 101: English Composition I - Gray

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Professor Rhonda Gray


Roxbury Community College

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Academic Articles

Scholarly articles are excellent sources of information for your research paper. Use the databases below to locate peer-reviewed scholarly articles on the angry black woman stereotype. If you are off campus, you may need to enter your library barcode for access. Remember to use key words when searching!

Here are some specific academic articles that are relevant to the angry black woman stereotype:


These books are available to RCC students through Ebook Central and EBSCOhost.

Popular Media

Check the Library's newspaper databases and other sources for popular information related to the angry black woman stereotype:

Here are some specific popular articles that are relevant to the angry black woman stereotype:

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