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LERNER, GERDA, EDITOR. - BLACK WOMEN IN WHITE AMERICA: A Documentary History.

Title: BLACK WOMEN IN WHITE AMERICA: A Documentary History.
Description: New York: Vintage Books, (1973.) Paperback. Compiles letters, articles, and essays on the racial and sexual oppression of Black women in America and the ways in which they have managed to survive in a white-dominated society - Most of the writings are by African American women, with some by white women like Charlotte Perkins Gilman writing on African American women - includes slavery documents, many anonymous articles and writings of women ranging from FrancesWatkins Harper and Ida B. Wells and Sojourner Truth to Pauli Murray, Anne Moody and many more. Arranged topically and chronologically within the topics. Introduction by Mary MacLeond Bethune. Notes on sources, bibliographical notes. xxxvi, 630 pp. Good overall - creasing on front cover, toning to pages. ISBN: 0394475402

Keywords: anthology, slavery, rape, sexism, civil rights, 0394475402

Price: US$ 12.50 Seller: bookfever.com (Volk & Iiams)
- Book number: 71409

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