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┬áin 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.