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I am a Black woman

Author: Mari Evans
Publisher: New York : Morrow, ©1970.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Poetry : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Poetry
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Evans, Mari, 1923-
I am a Black woman.
New York, Morrow, 1970
(OCoLC)561184110
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mari Evans
ISBN: 068830494X 9780688304942
OCLC Number: 112735
Notes: Poems.
Awards: Coretta Scott King Honor, author, 1971.
Description: 95 pages : illustrations, portrait ; 22 cm
Contents: I am a black woman --
If there be sorrow --
I who would encompass millions --
Silver cell --
Conflict --
Mother and Steve --
I can no longer sing --
Thin-slice --
Here-hold my hand --
Into blackness softly --
In the wake of my departed --
Hegira --
Marrow of my bone --
I am not lazy --
Where have you gone --
If I had a gun that would shoot --
And the hotel room held only him --
Escape --
To a child that was --
Uhuru Uberalles! --
apologia --
Grits and rice grains --
Friday ladies of the pay envelope --
Rout --
Emancipation of George-Hector --
7:25 trolley --
When in Rome --
Beatrice does the dinner --
Alarm clock --
Early in the mornin' --
Great civil rights law --
Status symbol --
Vive noir! --
This is changing --
Insurgent --
Rebel --
Black jam for Dr. Negro --
Flames --
Princeling --
My man let me pull your cart --
Good assassination should be quiet --
Young blackandbeautiful in pursuit of ancient fredomdreams --
Uhuru--
remembered rhythms --
Whisper together brethren --
Brother ... the twilight --
Speak the truth to the people --
Who can be born black.
Responsibility: Mari Evans.

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