The Black woman : an anthology / edited by Toni Cade.

New York, New York : New American Library, Inc., [1970] , ©1970
Mentor book
A Signet book ; Q4317
256 pages ; 18 cm
University of South Alabama
African American women.
African American women -- Literary collections.
African American women.
Literary collections.
Paperback originals (Publishing)
Place of Publication:
United States New York (State) New York (City)
Presents stories, poems, and essays by Black women discussing topics such as politics, racism in education, the Black man, sex, the Pill, and child-raising in the ghetto.
Preface / Toni Cade
Woman poem / Nikki Giovanni
Nikki-Rosa / Nikki Giovanni
Poem / Kay Lindsey
Naturally / Audre Lorde
And what about the children / Audre Lorde
Reena / Paule Marshall
Diary of an African nun / Alice Walker
Tell Martha not to moan / Shirley Williams
Mississippi politics-a day in the life of Ella T. Baker / Joanne Grant
Motherhood / Joanna Clark
Dear black man / Fran Sanders
Who will revere the black woman? / Abbey Lincoln
Black woman as 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 Pat Peery
Kitchen crisis / Verta Mae Smart-Grosvenor
End racism in education: a concerned parent speaks / Maude White Katz
One day I fell off the roof (a view of the black university) / Nikki Giovanni
Black romanticism / Joyce Green
Black people and the victorian ethos / Gwen Patton
Black pride? some contraditions / Ann Cook
The pill: genocide or liberation? / Toni Cade
Black social workers's dilemma / Helen Williams
Ebony minds, black voices / Adele Jones and group
Poor black women's study papers / Pat Robinson and group
Historical and critical essay for black women in the cities / Pat Robinson and group
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
"First printing, August, 1970"--Title page verso.
Local notes:
Kislak Center Banks Collection copy presented to the Penn Libraries in 2018 by Joanna Banks.
Banks Collection copy has stamp with name and address of Joanna Banks.
Penn Provenance:
Banks, Joanna (donor) (stamp) (Banks Collection copy)
Penn Chronology:
Bambara, Toni Cade, editor.
Joanna Banks Collection of African American Books (University of Pennsylvania)
Other format:
Online version: Black woman.
Online version: Black woman.
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