The series “Angry Black Woman” opens a discourse on the stereotype of an enraged black woman. This stereotype often suggests black women to be loud, forward, ill-mannered and irritable. Society and the media purposely use these aspects to portray the black woman as excessive and an inept character who is not to be taken seriously.
fact depicts black women not only as inequitable, but also
often causes these women to feel stunted and self-conscious.
They are forced to swallow their feelings and emotions in fear
of otherwise only propagating the prejudices.
It is this experience that Sagna tries to visualize and process
in this series. At the same time, BWOC should be encouraged to
resist these racist prejudices, step forward, show their true
feelings, voice their opinions, and stay strong, honoring their