Are Black Women in the Workplace Angry?

Are Black Women in the Workplace Angry?


Politic365’s Jeneba Ghatt hosts the premiere episode of Right of Black in its 3rd season.

Hosts touch on several policy, pop culture and political topics, including:

– The recent rise of race-based references to Jeremy Lin;

– The Obama administration’s contraception mandate issue;

– The impact of pop stars Rihanna and Chris Brown on young people and young girls; and

– A study that indicates Black women are aggressive in the workplace and other topics

Listen to the full episode here:

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  1. I for one do not like the term "White." I much more prefer the term "European-American." Like most U.S. citizens, my ancestry is European. I am of German, Italian, Irish and English ancestry. So my skin is white colored. U.S. citizens of African ancestry are called "African-American" and U.S. citizens of Hispanic ancestry are called "Hispanic-American," and so on. But us U.S. citizens of European ancestry are just called "White." That's not fair. The only place where the term "European-American" is commonly used is in academica. My people also have a heritage and a history. My people came from Europe. Please call us "European-American" and not "White." Thank you.