Is anger all that bad? Functioning from anger as a Black womxn
My Sister's Magazine
"I had academic mentors that challenged me on my internalization of the negative stereotyping of angry Black womxn. What I was told was simple: your anger just means that you are acutely aware of the daily injustices faced by Black womxn. Don’t shy away from your anger, use it!"
In "Is Anger All That Bad: Functioning From Anger As a Black Woman," Thandiwe Ntshinga shares her journey to embracing her anger and the functionality and necessity of anger as a Black woman in a white and male dominated society. - My Sister's Magazine
SELF-PUBLISHED DEBUT NOVEL BY YOUNG, BLACK SOUTH AFRICAN. WORTH READING? FOR SURE…[BOOK REVIEW]
The South African
Self- published and written whilst committed in a psychiatric institution for depression, Phumlani Pikoli has come out with an eerily tantalizing depiction of his thoughts during this time of his life.