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In the Media | 05.10.19

Chicago Student Discusses the Impact of the Strong Black Woman Stereotype

Dominique Barnes-Walker, LSW, MSW, a student in the Ph.D. in Couple and Family Therapy in Chicago, was recently a guest on The Research Her podcast, a show dedicated to discussing the health and research disparities present in culture for women of color.

Barnes-Walker discussed her research on the impact of the Strong Black Woman stereotype on culture and in romantic relationships.

Listen to the episode of The Research Her Podcast, “E13: The Impact of Strong Black Woman Stereotype with Dominique Barnes-Walker, LSW, MSW.”

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