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ENG 101: English Composition I - Gray: The Angry Black Woman

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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:

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:

Apollo: The International Art Magazine - Apollo is one of the world’s oldest and most respected magazines on the visual arts. It covers everything from antiquities to contemporary work, as well as providing in-depth discussion of the latest art news and debates.

CNN - A general news outlet that reports on a wide variety of issues.

Ebony: Entertainment & Culture - A subsection of the magazine that provides information on issues relevant to black women.

The Hollywood Reporter - Reporting on current events in the movie industry, film culture, and film business.

Huffington Post: Black Voices - A subsection of the news and entertainment magazine that focuses on issues relevant to African-Americans.

NewsOne - News and information for and about blacks in America.

The Root - A web magazine that focuses on African-American issues including the media, Hollywood, and politics.

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Professor Rhonda Gray

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