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A Multidisciplinary Bibliography
Education
History of Education
Fame, Fortune & Romance by Karin Turner As the brains of colored women expanded, their hearts began to grow. No sooner had the heads of a favored few been filled with knowledge than their hearts yearned to dispense blessings to the less fortunate of their race.
Mary Church Terrell,
"The Progress of Colored Women"

Barnett, Elizabeth F. "Mary McLeod Bethume: Feminist, Educatior, and Activist". Multicultural Education, Transformative Knowledge, and Action: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives, ed. James A. Banks. New York: Teachers College Press, 1996.

Barnett, Evelyn Brooks. "Nannie Burroughs and the Education of Black Women." In Afro-American Women: Struggles and Images, eds. Sharon Harley and Rosalyn Terborg-Penn. Baltimore, MD: Black Classic Press, 1978.

Franklin, V.P. "In Plain View: African American Women, Radical Feminism, and the Origins of Women's Studies Programs, 1967-1974." Journal of African American History 87 (Autumn 2002): 433-445.

Omolade, Barbara. "Origins: The Roots of the Black Feminist Intelligensia. " The Rising Song of African American Women. New York: Routledge, 1994.

Perkins, Linda M. "The Impact of the 'Cult of True Womanhood' on the Education of Black Women." Journal of Social Issues 39, no. 3 (1983): 17-28.

          . "The Role of Education in the Development of Black Feminist Thought, 1860-1920. History of Education 22, no. 3 (1993): 265-275.

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