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A SEAT AT THE TABLE

Bougie, Ghetto and Ratchet? Stereotypes of Black Women

  • Aired: 02/11/2018
  • 25:49
  • Rating: NR
Black women are often labeled with various stereotypes. Sometimes it may be, bougie, ghetto or ratchet. What’s wrong with being particular, having a strong passion for a subject or being outspoken. The ladies will explain the labels placed on them. Dr. Yaba Blay, producer of the web series, “Professional Black Girl”, joins the table to talk about how black women can turn stereotypes on its head.
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