Angryblackscholar: Unpacking White Privilege as A Black Female Unapologetically Claiming and Asserting my Right to Live my Dreams

  • Donna Y. Ford
Part of the Personal/Public Scholarship book series (PEPUSCH)

Abstract

Being invited to write this piece required much self-reflection and internal and mental struggle. It is an opportunity to own my anger (and rage) and give some insights into my lived experiences.

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