All the Women are White, All the Blacks are Men, But Some of Us are Brave: Black Women's Studies

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Feminist Press, 1982 - African American women - 401 pages
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Winner of the Outstanding Women of Colour Award, and the Women Educator's Curriculum Material Award, this ground-breaking collection provides a wealth of materials needed to develop course units on black women, from political theory to literary essays on major writers to work on black women's contributions to the blues. Bibliographies and a collection of syllabi provide readers with essential classroom materials and a map for further research. For course use in: African American studies, feminist thought, lesbian studies, racism and sexism, women's studies.

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About the author (1982)

Akasha Gloria Hull, Ph.D., has taught literature and Women's Studies at a variety of institutions, most recently the University of California at Santa Cruz, and has published widely under the name Gloria T. Hull. Her previous books include "Color, Sex, and Poetry: Three Women Writers of the Harlem Renaissance"; "Give Us Each Day: The Diary of Alice Dunbar-Nelson"; "All the Women Are White, All the Blacks Are Men, but Some of Us Are Brave" (co-edited); and "Healing Heart: Poems," She lives in northern California.

Patricia Bell-Scott is the editor of "Life Notes "and coeditor of "All the Women Are White, All the Blacks are Men", " But Some of Us are Brave "and" Double Stitch", which won the Letitia Woods Brown Memorial Prize. She is also a contributing editor to "Ms. "Magazine and a professor at the University of Georgia. She live in Athens.

Barbara Smith is the host of her own half-hour nationally syndicated television series, B. Smith with Style, and appears regularly as a lifestyle expert on NBC's Today show. She is the owner of three B. Smith's restaurants in New York City, Washington, D.C., and Sag Harbor, Long Island. Her new magazine, B. Smith Style, will be available on newsstands this fall. She lives with her husband, Dan Gasby, a television producer, and her step-daughter, Dana, in New York City and Sag Harbor.

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