When and Where I Enter: The Impact of Black Women on Race and Sex in America

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Morrow, 1984 - Social Science - 408 pages
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Drawing on extensive research in speeches, diaries, letters, and other original sources, this interpretive history assesses the contributions of numerous uncelebrated Black women to the causes of political and sexual equality

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User Review  - Valjeanne - LibraryThing

This a groundbreaking volume of African American women--of all women--sexism and racism. Brilliant and well-reseached. But not pedantic. Giddings style of writing is down to earth, humorous, easy to follow. This is a must have for any complete library of history, women or feminism. Read full review

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User Review  - andersonden - LibraryThing

It's been quite some time since I've read this but it has some good information about African-American history in the U.S. The book specifically focuses on women (obviously) and was one of the most ... Read full review

Contents

INVENTING THEMSELVES
15
A WORLD WAR AND AFTER
133
THE UNFINISHED REVOLUTION
259
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Giddings is Professor of Women's Studies at Duke University.

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