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An ‘Angry’ Black Girl Manifesto

Black women are allowed to have emotions, including anger

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“Bitter Black bitch!”

In a heated discussion about something I can’t even remember now, the three words pierced through my ears as they slipped from my Uncle Ron’s lips.

I realized this wasn’t the first time someone tried to silence me while I was simply trying to…

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Alexis Oatman

Alexis Oatman

Writer, social media junkie, and journalist. Covering everything from pop culture, race, women’s issues, and more. Follow her on Twitter @ iamlexstylz.

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