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Michelle LaVaughn Robinson Obama may be the poster woman for most Black women but she means all that much more to the young girls and grown ass women from her native South Side of Chicago; Harlem, New York; Southeast DC; North Philly; South Central L.A. and all the hoods in-between.
In her final White House interview, FLOTUS told Oprah that the racist and sexist stereotype is deeply rooted in fear.
The new season of "Iyanla: Fix My Life" launches with a four-part episode focusing on the myth of the "Angry Black Woman."
Here’s how your actions could be presenting you as the “Angry Black Woman” versus the thought leader making power moves.
NewsOne’s Top 5 takes a quick look at the stories trending on NewsOne.com that you are talking about. Stephen A. Smith’s “Black-On-Black Crime” Rhetoric Gets…