The Black woman

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Sage Publications, Apr 1, 1980 - Family & Relationships - 316 pages
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`The Black Woman...has a great deal of relevance to the black woman in Britain today and its message is clear. We must continue to use our heritage of strength and determination...to establish our right to equal citizenship...' -- New Community, Spring-Summer 1981

`...a serious attempt to inform by presenting historical, research, and experiential accounts of Black women by Black women. The book should be relevent on both an informative and sensitizing basis for graduate level social science students.' -- Sex Roles, Vol 7 No 12, 1981

`...an impressive group of papers regarding the experiences of African American women, past and present. It is a collection that is original, thought provoking, and progressive in theoretical perspectives and methods of research.' -- Contemporary Sociology, Vol 11 No 1, January 1982

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Contents

Acknowledgments
7
A Historical Overview
15
SOCIAL DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS
27
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