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CONTENTS List of Articles Preface Black Women in America, Second Edition Chronology Vol. 3 Bibliography of Basic Resources in Black Women's History Vol. 3 Topical Outline of Articles Vol. 3 Directory of Contributors Vol. 3 Index Vol. 3 LIST OF ARTICLES VOLUME 1 Abolition Movement Colored Females' Free Produce Society Affirmative Action African Cultural Links From Goobers to Gumbo African Cooking in America Alexander, Sadie Tanner Mossell Allen, Debbie Anderson, Marian Angelou, Maya Antilynching Movement Anti-Lynching Letter from Ida B. Wells-Barnett Armstrong, Lillian "Lil" Hardin Association of Black Women Historians Autobiography Featuring Writers of Autobiography Aviation Baha'I Bailey, Pearl Baker, Ella Josephine Baker, Josephine Bambara, Toni Cade Banks, Anna De Costa Basketball Featuring Basketball Players and Coaches Bass, Charlotta Spears Bates, Daisy Lee Gatson Battle, Kathleen Beauty Culture Featuring Beauty Culture Entrepreneurs Berry, Halle Berry, Mary Frances Bethune, Mary McLeod Bethune Museum and Archives Birth Control Movement Black Arts Movement Lotus Press Black Catholic Women Black Catholic Women Religious Black Museums Featuring Museum Founders Black Nationalism Ye Daughters of Africa Black Panther Women Black Theater Movement Black Towns Blackwell, Unita Black Women's Studies Blues Featuring Blues Performers Bolden, Dorothy Lee Bolin, Jane Mathilda Bonds, Margaret Allison Richardson Bowles, Eva del Vakia Boyd-Franklin, Nancy Brooks, Gwendolyn Brown, Charlotte Eugenia Hawkins Brown, Corrine Brown, Hallie Quinn Brown, Ruth Burke, Selma Hortense Burroughs, Nannie Helen Butler, Octavia E. Cadoria, Sherian Grace Caesar (Williams), Shirley Ann Callen, Maude Carroll, Diahann Carter, Eunice Roberta Hunton Cary, Mary Ann Shadd Catlett, Elizabeth Charleston Market Women Childbirth Childhood Children's Defense Fund Children's Literature Featuring Children's Authors Children's Librarian, The Children's Welfare and Children's Rights Featuring Workers for Children's Welfare Many of Our Youth Are in Prison Childress, Alice Chinn, May Edward Chisholm, Shirley Civil Rights Movement For Whites Only Civil Rights Organizations Civil War Elizabeth Bowser, Civil War Spy Daughters of the Confederacy Civil War Pension Records Clark, Mamie Phipps Clark, Septima Poinsette Class Lisette's Will Clayton, Eva Cleage, Pearl Cliff, Michelle Clifton, Lucille Coachman, Alice Cole, Johnnetta Betsch Cole, Natalie Coleman, Bessie College Presidents Collins, Barbara-Rose Collins, Cardiss Robertson Collins, Marva N. Colonial America Composers Concert Music Featuring Concert and Early Opera Singers Featuring Opera Singers Featuring Concert Musicians Cooper, Anna Julia Coppin, Fanny Jackson Cowings, Patricia Craft, Ellen Craft, Juanita Crandall School Dancers and Choreographers, Early Dancers and Choreographers, Modern Dance Companies and Artistic Directors Dandridge, Dorothy Darden, Christine Dash, Julie Davidson Washington, Olivia America Davis, Angela Dawes, Dominique Dee, Ruby DeFrantz, Anita Delany, Sarah Louise, and Annie Elizabeth Delany DeLavallade, Carmen de Passe, Suzanne Depression, The Housewives' League of Detroit Devers, Gail Dickson, Amanda America (Eubanks, Toomer) Domestic Workers Douglass, Anna Murray Douglass, Sarah Mapps Dove, Rita Du Bois, Shirley Graham Dunbar-Nelson, Alice Ruth Dunham, Katherine Earley, Charity Adams Edelman, Marian Wright Education Before Brown Educators, Early Featuring School Founders Educators, Modern Featuring Educators Edwards, Lena Frances Elaw, Zilpha Elders, Joycelyn Eldridge, Elleanor Entrepreneurs Featuring Entrepreneurs Featuring Corporate Achievers Evans, Matilda Arabella Fashion Industry Fauset, Crystal Dreda Bird Fauset, Jessie Redmon Feminism Featuring Women's Rights Activists Ferebee, Dorothy Celeste Boulding Ferguson, Catherine Fiction Featuring a New Generation of Fiction Writers Fields, Stagecoach Mary Film Industry Featuring Early Film Actors Filmmakers, Independent Fisher, Ada Lois Sipuel Fitzgerald, Ella Flack, Roberta Forten Sisters Foster, Autherine Juanita Lucy Franklin, Aretha Franklin, Martha Minerva Free Black Women in the Antebellum North Voice of an Unknown Woman Free Black Women in the Antebellum South Freedwomen Freeman, Elizabeth "Mum Bett" Frontier West Women, Antebellum Isabel de Olvera Affidavit Frontier West Women, Post Civil War Fudge, Ann Fuller, Meta Vaux Warrick Garrison, Zina Garvey Movement Women Ghettoization in the North Gibson, Althea Giddings, Paula Giovanni, Nikki Girl Groups Goldberg, Whoopi Golf Gospel Music Featuring Gospel Singers Government Officials Featuring Appointed Officeholders Grant, Frances Olivia Greenfield, Elizabeth Taylor Grier, Pamela Grimké, Charlotte L. Forten Guinier, Lani VOLUME 2 Hair Hale, Mamie Odessa Hamer, Fannie Lou Hamilton, Grace Towns Hamilton, Virginia Esther Hansberry, Lorraine Harlem Renaissance Harper, Frances Ellen Watkins Harris, Barbara Harris, Marcelite Jordon Harris, Patricia Roberts Harsh, Vivian Gordon Health Featuring Hospital and Clinic Founders Access to Healthcare Mental Health Hedgeman, Anna Arnold Height, Dorothy Irene Herman, Alexis M. Hernandez, Aileen Clark Hill, Anita Hine, Darlene Clark Hip Hop (Rap) Music In Charge of It All Historians Featuring Early Scholars Historically Black Colleges and Universities Holiday, Billie hooks, bell Hope, Lugenia Burns Hopkins, Pauline Elizabeth Horn, Shirley Horne, Lena Houston, Drusilla Dunjee Houston, Whitney Hunter, Alberta Hunter, Clementine Hunter-Gault, Charlayne Hunton, Addie Waits Hurston, Zora Neale Incarcerated Women Independent Order of St. Luke Ingram, Rosa Lee International Affairs Featuring Ambassadors Islam Jacket, Barbara J. Jackson, Mahalia Jackson, Nell Cecilia Jackson, Rebecca Cox Jackson, Shirley Ann Jacobs, Harriet Ann James, Etta Jamison, Judith Jazz Featuring Jazz Instrumentalists and Band Leaders Featuring Jazz Singers Jemison, Mae Carol Jessye, Eva Jim Crow Era Johnson, Eddie Bernice Johnson, Eunice Walker Johnson, Georgia Douglas Johnson, Halle Tanner Dillon Johnson, Hazel Winifred Jones, Claudia Jones, Gayl Jones, Lois Mailou Jones, Sissieretta Jones, Verina Harris Morton Jones, Vivian Malone Jordan, Barbara Charline Jordan, June Journalism, Broadcast Featuring Television Broadcast Journalists Journalism, Early Featuring Journalists Journalism, Modern "Where I'm Coming From" Joyner, Florence Griffith Joyner-Kersee, Jackie Keckley, Elizabeth Kelly, Leontine T. C. Kennedy, Adrienne Kennedy, Flo Kincaid, Jamaica King, Coretta Scott Kitt, Eartha Kittrell, Flemmie Pansy Knight, Gladys LaBelle, Patti Labor Movement Ladner, Joyce A. Lafontant-Mankarious, Jewel Stradford Rogers Lampkin, Daisy Elizabeth Adams Laney, Lucy Craft Larsen, Nella Laundresses Laurie, Eunice Rivers Laveau, Marie Lee, Jarena Lee, Sheila Jackson Left, The Legal Profession Featuring Early Judges Featuring Women in Law Enforcement Legal Resistance Case of Jenny Slew, The Not at the Back of the Bus Legislators Featuring Legislators "We the People" Lesbianism Gladys Bentley Lewis, Mary Edmonia "Wildfire" Librarianship Featuring Librarians Liston, Melba Little Rock Nine Logan, Adella Hunt Lorde, Audre Luper, Clara Mabley, Jackie "Moms" McClain, Leanita McClendon, Rose McDaniel, Hattie McKenzie, Vashti McKinney, Cynthia McMillan, Enolia Pettigen McMillan, Terry McNeil, Claudia McRae, Carmen Mahoney, Mary Eliza Malone, Annie Turnbo Malveaux, Julianne Marriage Letter by Jane Giles Marshall, Paule Martin, Roberta Evelyn Maryland Freedom Union Mason, Vivian Carter Matthews, Victoria Earle Mayors Featuring Mayors Meek, Carrie Meriwether, Louise Midwives Migration Military, Black Women in the Featuring Women in the Military Black Women Killed in the September 11, 2001, Attack on the Pentagon Miller, Cheryl Millinery Hats of Mildred Blount, The Million Woman March Mills, Florence Mitchell, Juanita Jackson Mixed-Race Women Montgomery Bus Boycott Moore, Audley "Queen Mother" Morrison, Toni Moseley Braun, Carol Mossell, Gertrude E. H. Bustill Motherhood Louisiana Royalty Motley, Constance Baker Murray, Pauli Musical Theater In Her Own Words: the Magic of Florence Mills Music Industry Bleaching the Blues Mutual Benefit Societies Nash, Diane National Association of Colored Women Scribe of the Club Movement Naylor, Gloria Norman, Jessye Norton, Eleanor Holmes Nursing Featuring Nurses Oberlin College Odetta O'Leary, Hazel R. Olympic Games and Amateur Sports, Participation in Oral Histories Osborne, Estelle Massey Parks, Rosa Parks, Suzan-Lori Parsons, Lucy Patterson, Louise Thompson Petioni, Muriel Marjorie Petry, Ann Lane Philanthropy Featuring Early Philanthropists Featuring Philanthropists Photography Physicians Featuring Black Women Physicians Featuring Contemporary Physicians Player, Willa B. Playwriting Pleasant, Mary Ellen Poetry Spoken Word Women of Cave Canem Political Parties Political Resistance Powers, Harriet Price, Florence Smith Price, Leontyne Primus, Pearl Prince, Lucy Terry "Bars Fight" Prince, Nancy Gardner Professionalism and Professionalization Parallel Professionalism in Medicine Progressive Era Protestant Churches, Black Methodist Women Quakers Queen Latifah Quilting VOLUME 3 Race as a Social Construction Radio Industry Featuring Radio Personalities Rainey, Ma (Gertrude Pridgett) Rape Rashad, Phylicia Ray, Charlotte E. Reagon, Bernice Johnson Reconstruction Reese, Della Religion Featuring Religious Leaders Daughters of Conference Remond, Sarah Parker Reproductive Rights Movement Revolutionary War A Daughter of the American Revolution and the Confederacy Rice, Condoleezza Richardson, Gloria St. Clair Hayes Ringgold, Faith Riperton, Minnie Roberts, Lillian Davis Robeson, Eslanda Goode Robinson, Jo Ann Gibson Rock and Roll Featuring Rhythm and Blues Performers Rolle, Esther Rollin Sisters Romance and Suspense Novels Ross, Diana Rudolph, Wilma Glodean Ruffin, Josephine St. Pierre Saar, Alison Saar, Betye Sampson, Edith Spurlock Sanchez, Sonia Sanctified Churches Savage, Augusta Science and Technology Featuring Scientists and Mathematicians Settlement Houses Sexual Harassment Shabazz, Hajj Bahiyah Betty Simkins, Mary Modjeska Monteith Simmons, Ruth Simone, Nina Simpson, Carole Simpson, Valerie Sizemore, Barbara Slave Narratives Slavery Unusual Slaveholder, The Her Open Hands Smith, Amanda Berry Smith, Anna Deavere Smith, Bessie Smith, Jessie Carney Social Welfare Movement Sororities Movement Southern, Eileen Jackson Spirituality Spirituals Sports Featuring Groundbreaking Sports Figures Sports Superstar Staples, Mavis Staupers, Mabel Keaton Steward, Susan McKinney Stewart, Ellen Stewart, Maria W. Stewart, Sallie Wyatt Stewart-Lai, Carlotta Stout, Juanita Kidd Stringer, C. Vivian Suffrage Featuring Suffragists and Early Women's Rights Activists Woman's Claim Talbert, Mary Morris Burnett Tate, Merze Taylor, Koko Taylor, Mildred Taylor, Susan Taylor, Susie Baker King Television Industry Temperance Tennis Williams Sisters, The Terrell, Mary Eliza Church Tharpe, Sister Rosetta Theater Thomas, Alma Thomas, Debi Thompson, Era Bell Thoms, Adah Belle Samuels Tituba Track and Field Featuring Early Track and Field Athletes Featuring Modern Track and Field Athletes Truth, Sojourner Tubman, Harriet Ross Turner, Tina Tyson, Cicely Tyus, Wyomia Universal Negro Improvement Association Vaughan, Sarah Vietnam In the Line of Duty Violence Visual Arts Voodoo Walker, Aida Overton Walker, A'Lelia Walker, Alice Walker, Madam C. J. (Sarah Breedlove) Walker, Maggie Lena Walker, Margaret Abigail Wallace, Michele Ward, Clara, and The Ward Singers Warwick, Dionne Washington, Dinah Washington, Margaret Murray Washington, Sarah Spencer Waters, Ethel Waters, Maxine Wattleton, Faye Wells-Barnett, Ida B. Wesley, Dorothy Burnett Porter West, Dorothy Wheatley, Phillis Whipper, Ionia Rollin White, Lulu Belle Madison Wilkerson, Margaret B. Williams, Fannie Barrier Williams, Margaret Williams, Marion Williams, Mary Lou Williams, Myrlie Beasley Evers Willis-Kennedy, Deborah Wilson, Cassandra Wilson, Harriet E. Wilson, Nancy Winfrey, Oprah Womanist Theology Women in the Black Sacred Cosmos Women's Political Council, Montgomery, Alabama Woodard, Alfre World's Columbian Exposition World War I World War II Wright, Jane Cooke Young, Roger Arliner Young Women's Christian Association
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African American women -- Encyclopedias.