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Lemonade Syllabus

This is a compilation of more than 200 resources that specifically speak to Black women, from classics in fiction to Black feminist theory to inspirational and self-care guides. There are even resources for the young Black girls in our lives. Though the Lemonade Syllabus is robust, it is not exhaustive. It is my hope that this work will introduce you to other offerings from amazing Black women who tell our stories in hopes of setting us free.

Race, Class, & Immigration Bibliography

Books Amundson, Daniel and S. Robert Lichter. Distorted reality: Hispanic charters tv entertainment. Center for Media and Public Affairs, 1994. Anderson H., Terry. The Sixties. Pearson, 2011. Anzaldúa, Gloria. Borderlands, La Frontera: The New Mestiza. San Francisco: Aunt Lute, 1987. … Continue reading