My Soul is My Own: Oral Narratives of African American Women in the Professions
Routledge, 1993 - 213 pages
Presents the lives of early 20th-century African-American women in a unique context - their own words. The women themselves are as extraordinary as the language they use to describe their experiences, at home, university and work.
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