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Black Feminist Organizing


Volume Contents

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    Front Matter
  • Defense of Black Womanhood
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      A Black Woman of the South, “Letter from a Black Woman,” New National Era 11 April 1872.
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      “The Social Status of the Colored Women and its Betterment,” The United Negro: His Problems and His Progress. Containing the Addresses and Proceedings of the Negro Young People’s Christian and Educational Congress, Held August 6–11, 1902, eds I. Garland Penn and J.W.E. Bowen, Atlanta: D.E. Luther, 1902, pp. 449–450. By Mbs. Virginia W. Broughton
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      “Discussion of the Same Subject [The Organized Efforts of the Colored Women of the South to Im- prove Their Condition],” The World’s Congress of Representative Women, ed. May Wright Sewall, New York: Rand, McNally, 1894, pp. 724–729. By Hallie Quinn Brown
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      “Discussion of the Same Subject [The Intellec- tual Progress of the Colored Women of the United States Since the Emancipation Proclamation],” The World’s Congress of Represen- tative Women, ed. May Wright Sewall, New York: Rand, McNally, 1894, pp. 711–715. By Anna Julia Cooper
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      “Discussion Continued [The Intellectual Progress of the Colored Women of the United States Since the Eman- cipation Proclamation],” The World’s Congress of Representative Women, ed. May Wright Sewall, New York: Rand, McNally, 1894, pp. 715–718. By Fannie Jackson Coppin
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      “The Organized Efforts of the Colored Women of the South to Improve Their Condition,” The World’s Congress of Representative Women, ed. May Wright Sewall, New York: Rand, McNally, 1894, pp. 718–724. By Sarah J. Early
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      “Coloured Women of America,” Englishwoman’s Review 15 January 1878, pp. 10–15. By Frances Ellen Watkins Harper
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      “Negro Womanhood Defended,” Our Woman’s Number. The Voice of the Negro 1(7) (July 1904): pp. 280–282. By Addie Hunton
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      “The Union of Our Forces,” Woman’s Era 3(4) (October and November 1896): pp. 5–6. By Frances J. Jackson
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      "The Burden of the Educated Colored Woman,” Hampton Negro Conference 3 (July 1899): pp. 37–43. By Miss Lucy Craft Laney
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      “The Man Jacks. . . ,” Woman’s Era 2(4) (July 1895): pp. 2–3. Edited by Victoria Earle Matthews
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      “An Explanation” and “The National Federation of Afro- American Women,” Woman’s Era 2(12) (May 1896): pp. 7–9. Edited by Victoria Earle Matthews
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      “Open Letter from Chairman of Ex. Com. of N.F.A.-A.W.,” Woman’s Era 3(2) (June 1896): p. 7. Edited by Victoria Earle Matthews
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      “An Open Letter to the Members of the National Federation of Afro-American Women,” Woman’s Era 2(10)(February 1896): pp. 5–6. Edited by Florida Ruffin Ridley; Mrs Margaret Murray Washington
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      “A Charge to be Refuted,” Woman’s Era 2(3) (June 1895): p. 9. Edited by Josephine St. Pierre Ruffin
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      “Address to the First National Conference of Colored Women,” Woman’s Era 2(5) (August 1895): pp. 13–15. Edited by Josephine St. Pierre Ruffin
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      “Some Information Concerning Jacks, the Letter Writer,” Woman’s Era 2(9) (January 1896): p. 12. Edited by Josephine St. Pierre Ruffin
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      “The Progress of Colored Women,” Our Woman’s Number. The Voice of  the  Negro  1(7)  (July  1904): pp. 291–294. By Mary Church Terrell
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      “Social Improvement of the Planta- tion Woman,” Our Woman’s Number. The Voice of the Negro 1(7) (July 1904): pp. 289–290. Edited by Mrs Margaret Murray Washington
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      “Our Women,” The New York Age 1 January 1887. Edited by Ida B. (“Iola”) Wells
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      “The Model Woman,” The New York Age 18 February 1888. Edited by Ida B. (“Iola”) Wells
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      “The Intellectual Progress of the Colored Women of the United States Since the Emancipation Proclamation,” The World’s Congress of Representative Women, ed. May Wright Sewall, New York: Rand, McNally, 1894, pp. 696–711. Edited by Fannie Barrier Williams
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      "The Colored Girl,” The Voice of the Negro (June 1905): pp. 400–403. By Fannie Barrier Williams
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      “The Social Status of the Negro Woman,” Our Woman’s Number. The Voice of the Negro 1(7) (July 1904): pp. 298–300. By Sylvanie Francaz Williams
  • Domestic Feminism
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      “A Century’s Progress of the American Col- ored Woman,” The Voice of the Negro 2(9) (September 1905): pp. 631–633. By Anna Holland Jones
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      “Address Before the Women’s Meeting,” Social and Physical Conditions of Negroes in Cities, ed. W.E.B. DuBois Atlanta: Atlanta University Press, 1897, pp. 55–57. By Miss Lucy Craft Laney
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      “Our Woman’s Department. Home,” The New York Freeman 4 December 1886. By Gertrude [Mrs. N.F.] Mossell
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      “A Word to the A.A.W. [Association for the Advancement of Women],” Woman’s Era 1(8)(November 1894): p. 8. By Josephine St. Pierre Ruffin
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      “Editorial,” Woman’s Era 2(2) (May 1895): p. 10. By Josephine St. Pierre Ruffin
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      “Woman as a Factor in the Solution of Race Problems,” The Colored American Magazine (February 1907): pp. 126–135. By Josephine Silone-Yates
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      “What the Citizen Owes to the Gov- ernment,” The New York Globe 9 June 1883. By Josephine Turpin Washington
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      “Woman’s Mission,” New York Freeman 26 December 1885. By Ida B. Wells
  • Maternal Feminism
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      “Home Missions,” AME Church Review 14 (April 1898): pp. 449–451. By Mary V. Bass
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      “Some Straight Talk to Mothers,” The National Baptist Union 13 February 1904, p. 4. By Nannie Helen Burroughs
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      Enlightened Motherhood. An Ad- dress By Mrs. Frances E.W. Harper, Before the Brooklyn Literary Society, November 15th, 1892, 8pp. By Frances Ellen Watkins Harper
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      “A Pure Motherhood the Basis of Racial Integrity,” The United Negro: His Problems and His Progress. Containing the Addresses and Proceedings of the Negro Young People’s Christian and Educational Congress, Held August 6–11, 1902 eds I. Gar- land Penn and J.W.E. Bowen, Atlanta: D.E. Luther, 1902, pp. 433– 435. By Addie W. Hunton
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      “Mother’s Meetings,” Social and Physical Con- ditions of Negroes in Cities, ed. W.E.B. DuBois, Atlanta: Atlanta University Press, 1897, pp. 61–62. By Georgia Swift King
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      “Need of Co-operation of Men and Women in Correctional Work,” Woman’s Era 2(2)(May 1895): pp. 4–5. Edited by Fannie Barrier Williams
  • Club Movement
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      “Conventions Held by Our Women,” Alexander’s Magazine 4(5) (September 1907): pp. 269–273. By F. M. W. Alexander
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      “Negro Women’s Clubs and the Community,” The Southern Workman 39 (January 1910): pp. 33–34. By Janie Porter [Mrs. Harris Barrett] Barrett
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      “Need of Kindergartens,” Social and Physical Conditions of Negroes in Cities, No. 2, ed. W.E.B. DuBois, Atlanta: Atlanta University Press,1897, pp. 66–69. By Mrs Rosa Morehead Bass
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      “Woman’s Part in the Uplift of Our Race,” The Colored American Magazine 3 (March 1907): pp. 222–223. By Cornelia Bowen
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      “Woman,” The Colored American Magazine (August 1909): pp. 103–104. By Mrs B. E. Bradford
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      “Advancement of Women,” The New York Age 19 November 1887.
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      “The Work of the Woman’s League, Washington D.C.,” Some Efforts of American Negroes For Their Own Social Betterment, ed. W.E.B. DuBois, Atlanta: Atlanta University Press, 1898, pp. 57–59. By Helen A. Cook
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      “A Girls’ Clubhouse,” The Crisis 6(6) (October 1913): pp. 294–296. By Julia Childs Curtis
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      “The Status of the Negro Woman in the Nation,” National Association Notes 17 (January–February 1915): pp. 3–9. By Addie W. Dickerson
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      “Woman’s Part in the Uplift of the Negro Race,” The Colored American Magazine (March 1907): pp. 264–267. By Ione E. Gibbs
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      “Echoes from the Annual Convention of Northeastern Federation of Colored Women’s Clubs,” The Colored American Magazine (October 1903): pp. 709–713. By Pauline Elizabeth Hopkins
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      “The Southern Federation of Colored Women,” The Voice of the Negro 2(12) (December 1905): pp. 850–854. By Addie Waits Hunton
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      “The National Association of Colored Women: Its Real Signif- icance,” The Colored American Magazine (July 1908): pp. 417–424. By Addie W. Hunton
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      “Women’s Clubs at Tuskegee,” Woman’s Journal 5 June 1897. By Alice Ruth [Dunbar-Nelson] Moore
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      “The ‘N’ Street Day Nursery,” The Crisis 3(4) (February 1912): pp. 165–166.
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      “The National Colored Woman’s Congress,” Woman’s Era 2(9) (January 1896): pp. 2–7.
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      “National Conference of Colored Women Held in Berkeley Hall, Boston, Mass., July 29, 30, 31, 1895,” Conference Souvenir Number, Woman’s Era 2(5) (August 1895): pp. 1–15.
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      “Let Us Confer Together,” Woman’s Era 2(3) (June 1895): p. 8. By Josephine St. Pierre Ruffin
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      “To the Women of the Country,” Woman’s Era 2(5) (August 1895): p. 16. By Josephine St. Pierre Ruffin
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      “The Convention of the N.F. A.-A. W.,” Woman’s Era 3(2) (June 1896): p. 4. By Josephine St. Pierre Ruffin
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      “The National Association of Colored Women,” Our Woman’s Number. The Voice of the Negro 1(7) (July 1904): pp. 283–287. By Josephine Silone-Yates
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      “Kindergartens and Mothers’ Clubs as Related to the Work of the National Association of Colored Women,” The Colored Ameri- can Magazine (June 1905): pp. 304–311. By Josephine Silone-Yates
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      “A Few Possibilities of the National Associa- tion of Colored Women,” AME Church Review July 1896: pp. 219– 225. By Mary Church Terrell
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      “Announcement” and “First Minutes of the National Associa- tion of Colored Women,” Woman’s Era 3(3) (August 1896): pp. 3–4, 11. By Mary Church Terrell
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      The Progress of Colored Women. An address delivered be- fore the National American Women’s Suffrage Association at the Columbia Theater, Washington, D.C., February 18,1898, on the occasion of its Fiftieth Anniversary, Washington: Smith Brothers, 1898, pp. 7–15. By Mary Church Terrell
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      “The Duty of the National Association of Colored Women,” AME Church Review 16(3) (January 1900): pp. 340–354. By Mary Church Terrell
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      “What the Club Does for the Club-Woman,” The Colored American Magazine (February 1907): pp. 122–125. By Josephine T. Washington
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      “Call to the National Federation of Afro-American Women,” Woman’s Era 2(7)(November 1895): pp. 2–3. By Margaret Murray Washington
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      “The Gain in the Life of Negro Women,” The Outlook 76(5) (30 January 1904): pp. 271–274. By Margaret Murray Washington
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      “Club Work as a Factor in the Advance of Colored Women,” The Colored American Magazine (February 1906): pp. 83–90. By Margaret Murray Washington
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      “National Association of Colored Women’s Clubs,” National Association Notes 16(6) (June 1913): pp. 4–8. By Margaret Murray Washington
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      “The Awakening of Women,” AME Church Review (April 1897): pp. 392–398. By Fannie Barrier Williams
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      “Club Movement Among Negro Women,” Progress of a Race, eds, J.W. Gibson and W.H. Crogman. Atlanta: J.L. Nichols Co., 1903. 197–231. By Fannie Barrier Williams
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      “The Club Movement Among the Colored Women,” The Voice of the Negro 1(3) (March 1904): pp. 99–102. By Fannie Barrier Williams
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      “Work Attempted and Missed in Organized Club Work,” The Colored American Magazine (May 1908): pp. 281–285. By Fannie Barrier Williams
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      “The Need of Organized Womanhood,” The Colored American Magazine (January 1909): pp. 652–653. By Fannie Barrier Williams
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      “A Cloud Upon the Federation Sky,” The History of the General Federation of Women’s Clubs for the First Twenty- Two Years of Its Organization, New York: General Federation of Women’s Clubs, 1912 pp. 127–157. By Mary I. Wood