#GoodRead | Black Women Are Reclaiming The 'Loud' Stereotype With A Powerful Hashtag

by Eddy Lackmann,  via Unsplash

by Eddy Lackmann, via Unsplash

"Black Women Are Reclaiming The 'Loud' Stereotype With A Powerful Hashtag":

Too often, black women’s voices aren’t heard. It becomes frustrating to the point where we feel like we have to speak louder and louder until we’re screaming to be heard. Even when we’re yelling, people don’t hear us. They throw the “angry black woman” stereotype in our faces and tell us to quiet down. 

More and more black women are rejecting the label that we are “angry” and “loud,” however.

Read Taryn Finley's full article at The Huffington Post here…