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Primary Sources: 

  1. Angelou, Maya. Harold Bloom, editor. 1996. I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings. New York :Chelsea House Publishers.
  2. Buchanan, Beverly. Rituals and Ruins. 1981. Brooklyn, New York Museum. Database:
  3. Catlett, Elizabeth. Student’s Aspire. 1997. Howard UniversityWashington, D.C.
  4. Fauset, Jessie Edmon. Plum Bun. 1928. New York.
  5. Hurston, Zora Neal. Their Eyes Were Watching God. 18 September 1937. J.B. Lippincott & Co.
  6. Jones, Lois Mailou. La Baker Painting. 1977. Contemporary Art. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston,
  7. The Tulsa Star Newspaper. 19 Aug. 1914. Negro Women’s Club Work in Oklahoma.
  8. Thomas, Alma. Apollo 12 Splash Down. 1970. Michael Rosenfeld Gallery, New York.
  9. Thomas, Lillian J. B. Federation of Colored Women. 7 April 1987. Association of Indianapolis. Colonial Revival Architecture.
  10. Savage, Augusta. The Harp. 1937. World’s Fair.
  11. Simone, Nina. 1 June 1965. Feeling Good. 
  12. Stewart, Ollie. Zora Hurston In Haiti Writing Her Fourth Book. 7 August 1997. Bay Bottoms News.
  13. Women’s Political Council. Untitled leaflet. 5 December 1955.
  14. In Essence, a Celebration of Black Women. Unknown leaflet.1996. The New York Times.

Secondary Sources:

  1. Williams, Stereo. The Most Disrespected Person in America Is Still the Black Woman. 9 Apr 2017.
  2. Foner, Eric. 2008. Give Me Liberty: An American History. Volume 2. 5th New York: W.W. Norton & Company.
  3. Soto, Michael. 2016. Measuring the Harlem Renaissance. Amherst: Uni. of Massachusetts Press.
  4. Smethurst, James Edward. 2005. The Black Arts Chapel Hill: The Uni. of North Carolina Press.
  5. Fox, Regis M. 2017. Resistance Reimagined: Black Women’s Critical Thought as Survival. Gainesville: University Press of Florida. ISBN: 9780813056586
  6. Howard, William L. America in Black and White. June 1998. Magill’s Literary Annual. pp. 1-4.
  7. West, Elizabeth. African Spirituality in Black Women’s Fiction: Threaded Visions of Memory, Community, Nature and Being. Lanham: Lexington Books.
  8. Fisher, Adriana Renee. 2018. I Am Because We Are, and Because We Are, Therefore I Am: The Role of Christianity in the Cultivation of a Psychological Sense of Belonging in the Lives of African American Women. Illinois and Lexington, Kentucky. DAI. Section B: Sciences & Engineering.