How Stereotypes Make Black Girls Have to Smile to Survive

Have you ever smiled when you wanted to scream? This poet may not look like the false “angry Black woman” stereotype, but she’s not smiling because she’s happy.

Find out why in this gorgeous spoken word piece, as Sabine Quetant shares the truth about the burden of facing the world’s misconceptions about her from the time she was a child.

With Love,
The Editors at Everyday Feminism

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Sabine Quetant is a content marketer, growthhacker, storyteller, and movie lover and social media manager at @. Check out her website and follow her on Twitter @dameSabine

Video courtesy of Button Poetry. For more amazing spoken word performances, check them out on YouTube and Facebook.