Table of contents for The plays of Georgia Douglas Johnson from the new Negro renaissance to the civil rights movement / Georgia Douglas Johnson ; edited and with an introduction by Judith L. Stephens.

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Contents
 Acknowledgments
 A Note on Terminology
 Introduction
 Judith L. Stephens
 Part 1. Primitive Life Plays
 Blue Blood
 Plumes
 Part 2. Historical Plays
 Frederick Douglass
 William and Ellen Craft
 Part 3. Plays of Average Negro Life
 Paupaulekejo
 Starting Point
 Part 4. Lynching Plays
 A Sunday Morning in the South (White Church Version)
 A Sunday Morning in the South (Black Church Version)
 Safe: A Play on Lynching
 Blue-Eyed Black Boy
 And Yet They Paused
 A Bill to Be Passed: Including Kill That Bill by 
 Robert E. Williams
 Appendix: "Brotherhood Marching Song" for Johnson's Lost "Radio
 Play" Brotherhood

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

African Americans -- Drama.
Civil rights movements -- Drama.