A black women's history of the United States
|Format:||Kindle Book 2020 2020|
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Summary"A Black Women's History of the United States is a critical survey of black women's complicated legacy in America, as it takes into account their exploitation and victimization as well as their undeniable and substantial contributions to the country since its inception"--
ContentsNannie's legacy and the histories of Black women
Isabel's expedition and freedom, before 1619
Angela's exodus out of Africa, 1619-1760
Belinda's petition for independence, 1760-1820
Millie and Christine's performance and the expansion of slavery, 1820-1860
Mary's apron and the demise of slavery, 1860-1876
Frances's sex and the dawning of the Black women's era, 1876-1915
Augusta Clay, migration, and the Depression, 1915-1940
Alice's medals and Black women's war at home, 1940-1950
Aurelia's lawsuit against Jim Crow, 1950-1970
Shirley's run, Black power, politics, and Black feminism, 1970-2000
Patricia's climb and the sisters holding down liberty.
Published ReviewsBooklist Review: "
|Series||Revisioning American history|
African American women History
African American Nonfiction
|Publisher|| [Place of publication not identified] :Beacon Press2020
Gross, Kali N.,
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Includes bibliographical references and index.