10 edition of The rising song of African American women found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. [xxiii]-xxvi) and index.
|LC Classifications||E185 .O456 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxvi, 272 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||272|
|ISBN 10||0415907608, 0415907616|
|LC Control Number||94004752|
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The Rising Song of African American Women creates a Black female "everywoman" who is both typical and unique. By speaking to a number of specific events and issues, Omolade presents a challenging political perspective and describes and analzes the significance of Black women's lives in creating a powerful new way of writing about history Cited by: The Rising Song of African American Women combines historical voices, spiritual consciousness, and liberation politics to provide a much needed historical, political and sociological context for understanding the lives and experiences of Black women.
In these provocative and creative writings, Barbara Omolade explores the politics and visions of Black feminists in our world today, examines the Author: Barbara Omolade. The Rising Song of African American Women creates a Black female "everywoman" who is both typical and unique.
By speaking to a number of specific events and issues, Omolade presents a challenging political perspective and describes and analzes the significance of Black women's lives in creating a powerful new way of writing about history Author: Barbara Omolade.
The rising song of African American women book Rising Song of African American Women. Barbara Omolade New York and London: Routledge, Reviewed by Linda Carty Sociology Department University of Michigan Flint, Michigan.
Barbara Omolade presents a well researched and very detailed analysis of the imperatives that shape the lives of African American women. The rising song of African American women by Barbara Omolade. Publication date Topics African American women Publisher Routledge Borrow this book to access EPUB and PDF files.
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Barbara Omolade Barbara Omolade Is the author of books such as The Rising Song Of African American Women. The start of World War I in the summer of opened up new opportunities and changed African American life and culture forever. She has contributed to more than a dozen encyclopedias and book series and was a managing editor at a non-profit scholarly publisher.
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