The Black woman : an anthology / [edited by] Toni Cade Bambara ; with an introduction by Eleanor W. Traylor.

Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Bambara, Toni Cade.
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: New York : Washington Square Press, 2005.
Edition:1st Washington Square Press trade pbk. ed.
Subjects:
Table of Contents:
  • Woman poem /
  • Nikki Giovanni
  • Poem /
  • Kay Lindsey
  • Naturally /
  • Audre Lorde
  • And what about the children /
  • Audre Lorde
  • Reena /
  • Paule Marshall
  • The diary of an African nun /
  • Alice Walker
  • Tell Martha not to moan /
  • Shirley Williams
  • Mississippi politics - a day in the life of Ella J. Baker /
  • Joanne Grant
  • Motherhood /
  • Joanna Clark
  • Dear black man /
  • Fran Sanders
  • To whom will she cry rape? /
  • Abbey Lincoln
  • The black woman as a woman /
  • Kay Lindsey
  • Double jeopardy: to be black and female /
  • Frances Beale
  • On the issue of roles /
  • Toni Cade
  • Black man, my man, listen! /
  • Gail Stokes
  • Is the black male castrated? /
  • Jean Carey Bond and Patricia Peery
  • The kitchen crisis /
  • Verta Mae Smart-Grosvenor
  • End racism in education: a concerned parent speaks /
  • Maude White Katz
  • I fell off the roof one day (a view of the black university) /
  • Nikki Giovanni
  • Black romanticism /
  • Joyce Green
  • Black people and the Victorian ethos /
  • Gwen Patton
  • Black pride? Some contradictions /
  • Ann Cook
  • The pill: genocide or liberation? /
  • Toni Cade
  • The black social workers' dilemma /
  • Helen Williams
  • Ebony minds, black voices /
  • Adele Jones and group
  • Poor black women's study papers by poor black women of Mount Vernon, New York /
  • Pat Robinson and group
  • A historical and critical essay for black women in the cities, June 1969 /
  • Pat Robinson and group
  • The black revolution in America /
  • Grace Lee Boggs
  • Looking back /
  • Helen Cade Brehon
  • From the family notebook /
  • Carole Brown
  • Thinking about the play The great white hope /
  • Toni Cade
  • Are the revolutionary techniques employed in The battle of Algiers applicable to Harlem? /
  • Francee Covington.