She created a program based on her story of determination and success in the face of overwhelming odds. Her book, Steppin' Out With Attitude, offers practical advice, emotional support, and step-by-step tips to help pave the way to success for the businesswoman, entrepreneur, or young person entering the job market. She tours throughout the country offering her workshops through the black women's empowerment venue African American Women on Tour.
Black Gold. Anita Richmond Bunkley. At the center of this powerful novel is Leela Wilder, a proud and beautiful African American woman, torn between two very different men, and struggling for survival and success in the torrent of greed, ambition, intrigue and prejudice that turned oil-rich Texas farmlands into wellsprings of fabulous fortune in the tumultuous s.
Leela's mother died in childbirth, and her father died when she was a small girl, so she has had only her inner strength and intelligence to make her way in a world where odds are stacked against her.
When she weds T. Wilder, who farms the land he calls Rioluces with a fierce passion, it seems that at last she has won out over the bad hand fate dealt her. But trouble returns in the handsome form of Carey Logan, T.
Ask Seller a Question. This book examines romances written from to the present, and discusses their black heroines' resistance at particular moments in history - from the colonization movement to the Texas oil boom.
Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Enlarge cover. Being intensely in love is scary for most people because of experiences they've buried underneath the facade of looking for love with wounds that are beyond rotten. I think those books have everything Andie likes. You will probably have a hard time finding them, but Gillian Linscott wrote a superb mystery series in the 90s with a suffragette heroine.
Socio-historical perspectives, a womanist agenda, and an African-centered outlook inform the readings of female characters in the narratives of Francine Craft, Gay G. Broadening the scope of the historical romance genre, and expanding the canon of African American literature, this book provides a more comprehensive image of the black female character and addresses gender issues previously unexplored in black fiction.
This text should be used by librarians, historians, literary critics, writers, college- and graduate-level students, teachers, and romance readers. Dandridge's study of historical romances honors a long-standing tradition in American literature of respecting literature that combines 'utile' and 'dulce'.
She combines factual contexts with accessible readings of text that too many intellectuals have too quickly dismissed as mere recreational reading. The result is that we joyfully learn more about some of today's best-selling and most popular African American writers while we come to appreciate more clearly their innovative and radical interventions regarding race, class, and gender stereotypes of our past and of our present.
Black Women's Activism is the first book-length study of African American women's historical romances. This book examines romances written from to the. Share to: Black women's activism: reading African American women's historical romances / Rita B. Dandridge. View the summary of this work. Bookmark.
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