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    Shonda Rhimes has thoughts about that ‘angry black woman’ column

    Shonda Rhimes has thoughts about that ‘angry black woman’ column

    Rhimes, who reacted strongly to a New York Times column, often takes issue with the television-made-from-a-black-female-perspective narratives.

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