Black women, color, and consciousness: Harriet Jacobs and Pauline Breedlove
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Women of color in the United States.
Thandekile Mvusi of Mount Holyoke College was originally scheduled to make this presentation, but was unable to attend the conference. Washington steps in to provide her own rough interpretation of this subject, discussing the acculturation process in America today in which Blacks lose their identitities and conform to white society.
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Recorded in Ithaca, NY by Cornell University., Sponsored by: Women's Studies Program,History, Department of,Hispanic-American Studies Program (HASP),Asian-American Studies Program,American Indian Program,Africana Studies and Research Center., Speaker(s): Professor of history, Cornell, Lecture, March 11, 1989.
African American women--United States; Acculturation--United States; Black race--Color; African Americans--Social conditions
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