LABOR OF LOVE, LABOR OF SORROW, REVISED: Black Women, Work, and the Family, from Slavery to the Present
Whether black women toiled in a factory in the 1890s or in the kitchen of a white woman in the 1950s, they felt the oppressive force of racial and gender ideologies. In this study, Jones describes the changing role of black women, lending a voice to an unsung struggle from the depths of slavery to the ongoing fight for civil rights.
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