The Angry Black Woman's Guide to Life

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Plume, 2004 - Humor - 146 pages
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The smart, sassy guide to embracing your inner Angry Black Woman

Rosa Parks, Claire Huxtable, Serena Williams. What do these women have in common? They are all Angry Black Women, whether they know it or not.

Throughout history, women's attempts to stand up for themselves have been dismissed as the ramblings of "angry women." But there's a method to their madness. Using quizzes, historical references, career advice, and irreverent Top 10 lists such as "Top 10 Signs That You Should Prepare to Meet Your Maker," The Angry Black Woman's Guide to Life will help you find out what type of ABW you are, and empower you to be the best ABW you could possibly be-and have your loved ones live to tell about it.

A lively look at the art of being a true Angry Black Woman-from her relationships to her career to her family-this hip, hysterical manifesto is the perfect gift for all of the ABWs in your life-no matter what their type!

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User Review  - CKE387 - Goodreads

I liked the introduction quiz to determine which type of ABW (Angry Black Woman) you are. The chapter on ABWs Who Changed the World was enlightening. Liked the summaries for Harriet Tubman, Sojourner ... Read full review

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User Review  - Rachel - Goodreads

I'd really give this 2.5 stars, but am rounding up because I like their overall intent. A quick, sometimes amusing, sometimes right on read. Read full review

Contents

Im an ABW and Proud of It
1
What Type of ABW Are You?
6
ABWs Who Have Changed the World
16
Copyright

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About the author (2004)

Denene Millner is articles editor at Parenting magazine. She is the author of The Sistahs' Rules and has co-authored, with her husband Nick Chiles, the novels Love Don't Live Here Anymore and In Love and War, and the nonfiction What Brothers Think, What Sistahs Know relationship series.

Angela Burt-Murray is the assistant managing editor at Teen People magazine. She has covered fashion, beauty, and health issues for Honey, Essence, Teen People, and Black Elegance.

Mitzi Miller is an assistant editor at Honey Magazine, best known for her popular "Road Trippin" column. She lives with her angry black dog, Drama.

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