Table of contents for Savoring the salt : the legacy of Toni Cade Bambara / edited by Linda Janet Holmes and Cheryl A. Wall.

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Table of Contents
	Acknowledgements
 Foreword by Pearl Cleage "Conjuring By Any Other Name"
I.	Life/Work
1.	Linda J. Holmes and Cheryl A. Wall	"Savoring the Salt: The 
Introduction"
2.	Linda J. Holmes "Poised for the Light"
3.	Cheryl A. Wall "Toni's Obligato: Bambara and the African American 
Literary Tradition"
II.	Writing from Laughter, Writing From Rage
4	Toni Cade Bambara From Gorilla, My Love "Sort of Preface"
5.	Salamishah Tillett "'Straight-Up Fiction': Sittin' Down with Gorilla, My Love"
6.	Kalamu ya Salaam "Searching for the Mother Tongue"*
7.	Eleanor Traylor "The Language of Soul in Toni Cade Bambara's 
Re/Conceived Academy"
8.	Anne Wicke "Translating the Salt"
9.	Valerie Boyd "'She was just outrageously brilliant': Toni Morrison remembers Toni 
Cade Bambara"*
10.	Nikky Finney "The Making of Paper"*
III.	"Making Revolution Irresistible"
11.	Toni Cade Bambara From The Vietnam Notebooks
12.	Amiri Baraka "Toni"
13.	Jayne Cortez "Toni . . .she was who she was"
14.	Beverly Guy-Sheftall "Black Feminist Foremother"*
15.	Paula J. Giddings "At the edges of the world"
16.	Farah Jasmine Griffin "How do you measure a revolution?"
17.	Kristin Hunter Lattany "Drive this Thing"
IV.	Teaching Usable Truths
18.	Toni Cade Bambara From "The Children Who Got Cheated"*
19.	Audre Lorde "Dear Toni" [poem]*
20.	Nikki Giovanni "We Drove Together"
21.	Linda J. Holmes "Lessons in Boldness 101"
22.	Jan Carew "A Timeless Truthteller"
23.	Pepsi Charles "T.C.B.-Taking Care of Business"
24.	Rudolph Byrd "The Feeling of Transport"
25.	Abena Busia "Teaching Toni Cade Bambara Teaching"
26.	Ruby Dee Poem*
V.	Guerrilla Filmmaking
27.	Toni Cade Bambara "Why Black Cinema?"*
28.	Louis Massiah "Making Films, Making History"
29.	Aishah Shahidah Simmons "Asserting My In(ter)dependence: The Evolutions of No!"
30.	Frances Negron-Mutaner "'Things That Toni Taught Me': A Filmmaker Reflects"
IV.	"Having to be whole to see whole"
31.	Toni Cade Bambara From Deep Sightings and Rescue Missions
32.	Bettina Aptheker "Toni Cade Bambara: A Political Life of the Spirit"
33.	Malaika Adero "Toni Cade Bambara to the Bone: Cultural Worker in the Black World 
and the South"
34.	Rebecca Wanzo "Terror at Home: Naturalized Victimization in Those Bones are Not My 
Child"
35.	Avery Gordon "something more powerful than skepticism"*
36.	Sonia Sanchez "Remembering and Honoring Toni Cade Bambara" [Poem]*

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Bambara, Toni Cade -- Criticism and interpretation.
African Americans in literature.