Bitter Fruit: African American Women in World War II

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Index to Authors
Anderson, Edna L.: “Of Myself, ” 209—10; “Poem, ” 266
Arnold, Walter G.: “Colored Mother's Prayer, ” 284—85
Baldwin, James: “Black Girl, Shouting, ” 204—5
Barnes, Zora L.: “Requiem, ” 85—89; “Portrait of a Citizen, ” 298—303
Booker, Simeon: “Hate, ” 202—3
Brooks, Gwendolyn: “Gay Chaps at the Bar, ” 283—84
Browning, Alice C.: “A Letter to Our Readers, ” 290—91
Carter, Elmer: “The Editor Says, ” 112—14
Carter, Michael: “She Makes the Wounded Wiggle, ” 340—43
Clark, Ida Coker: “Negro Woman Worker, What Now?” 108—12
Clyne, Gloria: “Stabat Mater, ” 205
Cook, Ruth Albert: “Blackout, ” 130—33; “Sunday, December 7, 1941, ” 263—65
Couch, William: “The Love We Made, ” 45
Curtis, Constance H.: “Lily White `Walled City,' ” 190—93
DeCesare, Ruth: “Black Man's Train Ride, ” 48—49
DeMar, George E.: “Negro Women Are American Workers, Too, ” 104—7
Diamond, Esta: “Something for the War, ” 166—68
Dodson, Owen: “Black Mother Praying in the Summer of 1943, ” 206—8; “Conversation on V, ” 271; “Pearl Primus, ” 321—22
Dorinson, Zena: “Help Wanted, ” 89—91
Fisher, Pearl: “Riot Gold, ” 211—18
Frazier, Marie Brown: “Salty River, ” 46
Frierson, Helen S.: “Despair, ” 135
Gayden, Fern: “A Letter to Our Readers, ” 290—91
Goodwin, Ruby Berkley: “We Launched a Ship, ” 42—43; “Guilty, ” 136—38
Gorham, Thelma Thurston: “Negro Army Wives, ” 186—90
Graham, Shirley: “Tar, ” 49—54
Greene, Marjorie E.: “They Prepare for `A New Nation,' ” 324—29
Hackshaw, Leotha: “What My Job Means to Me, ” 75—79; “Ante Partum, ” 303—6
Hanna, David: “Beautiful but Not Dumb, ” 338—40
Hawkins, Press: “Living Like a Half Man, ” 295—98
Himes, Chester B.: “The Song Says `Keep On Smiling,' ” 54—60; “All He

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Bitter Fruit *
  • Bitter Fruit - African American Women in World War II *
  • Contents *
  • Illustrations xi
  • Acknowledgments xiii
  • A Note on the Text xvii
  • Introduction 1
  • Section I - Woman Welder, the Crisis, April 1942 *
  • War Work 35
  • Section 2 - A WAC, the Crisis, September 1942 *
  • Racism on the Home Front 127
  • Section 3 - Riveters, Opportunity, Spring 1945 *
  • The Double Victory Campaign 257
  • Section 4 - Singer Lena Horne, the Crisis, January 1943 *
  • Popular Culture and the Arts 317
  • Appendix 381
  • Bibliography 383
  • Index to Authors 391
  • Index to Titles 395
  • Credits 399
  • About the Editor 401
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