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Author Cary, Mary Ann Shadd, 1823-1893, author.

Title Mary Ann Shadd Cary : essential writings of a nineteenth-century black radical feminist / edited by Nneka D. Dennie
Published New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 2023
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Series Oxford new histories of philosophy
Oxford new histories of philosophy.
Contents Cover -- Series -- Mary Ann Shadd Cary -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- Series Editors' Foreword -- Acknowledgments -- A Note on the Cover Illustration -- Introduction: "We Should Do More, and Talk Less" -- Life and Context -- Reading Shadd Cary's Radicalism -- Two-​Faced Archive -- Parts and Sources -- Part I. "Our Women Must Speak Out -- The Boys Must Have Trades": Visions of Racial Uplift -- 1. Letter to Frederick Douglass, North Star, March 23, 1849 -- 2. Letter to George Whipple, November 27, 1851
3. "The Colored People in Canada-​Do They Need Help?," Liberator, March 4, 1853 -- MINUTES -- 4. "A Good Boarding House Greatly Needed by the Colored Citizens of Canada," Provincial Freeman, December 6, 1856 -- 5. "For the attention of all Temperance reformers, Legislators, Ministers of religion &c," Provincial Freeman, March 28, 1857 -- 6. "Meetings at Philadelphia," Provincial Freeman, April 18, 1857 -- 7. "School for ALL!!," Provincial Freeman, June 13, 1857 -- 8. "An Unmitigated Falsehood," Weekly Anglo-​African, February 15, 1862
9. "Editorial-​ by M. A. S. Cary (Editor)," Provincial Freeman, Spring Edition 1866 -- 10. "Letter from Baltimore," New National Era, August 10, 1871 -- 11. "Letter from Wilmington, DE," New National Era, August 31, 1871 -- 12. "Letters to the People-​No. 1 Trade for Our Boys!," New National Era, March 21, 1872 -- 13. "Letters to the People-​No. 2 Trade for Our Boys!," New National Era, April 11, 1872 -- 14. "Should We Economise?," n.d. -- 15. "Diversified Industries a National Necessity," n.d. -- Part II. "Our Leaders Do Not Take the Women into Consideration": Empowering Black Women
16. "Woman's Rights," Provincial Freeman, May 6, 1854 -- 17. "To our Readers West," Provincial Freeman, June 9, 1855 -- 18. "Adieu," Provincial Freeman, June 30, 1855 -- 19. "Editorial Cor. for the Provincial Freeman," Provincial Freeman, April 26, 1856 -- 20. Sermon, April 6, 1858 -- 21. "Report on Woman's Labor," Proceedings of the Colored National Labor Convention, 1870 -- 22. "A First Vote, Almost," 1871 -- 23. "Would Woman Suffrage Have a Tendency to Elevate the Moral Tone of Politics," n.d. -- 24. "Speech to the Judiciary Committee Re: The Rights of Women to Vote," January 21, 1874
25. "The Last Day of the 43 Congress," circa March 1875 -- 26. "Petition of Mary Shadd Cary, a citizen of Washington, District of Columbia, praying for the removal of her political disabilities," Petitions and Memorials, 45th Congress, circa 1878 -- 27. Colored Women's Progressive Franchise Association Minutes, February 9, 1880 -- 28. Colored Women's Progressive Franchise Association Statement of Purpose, circa February 1880 -- PLAN -- 29. "Advancement of Women," New York Age, November 11, 1887 -- Part III. "The Men Who Love Liberty Too Well to Remain in the States": Enabling Emigration
Summary This volume collects writing by and about Mary Ann Shadd Cary, an abolitionist, suffragist, one of the first Black woman newspaper editors in North America, and the first Black woman to enroll in law school in the United States. It includes letters, newspaper articles, and several never-before-published documents that reveal Black women's centuries-long struggle for rights and freedom. Reading about Shadd Cary today shows how Black women during the 1800s fought for racial and gender justice and how they addressed topics that continue to inspire debate today, like racism, feminism, labor, and internationalism
Notes Also issued in print: 2023
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Audience Specialized
Notes Description based on online resource and publisher information; title from PDF title page (viewed on September 14, 2023)
Subject Cary, Mary Ann Shadd, 1823-1893.
Cary, Mary Ann Shadd, 1823-1893.
Feminism -- United States -- History -- 19th century
African American women civil rights workers -- History -- 19th century
Civil rights workers -- United States -- History -- 19th century
Free African Americans.
African Americans -- Civil rights -- History -- 19th century
Black people -- Civil rights -- Canada -- History -- 19th century
African American women civil rights workers.
African Americans -- Civil rights.
Black people -- Civil rights.
Civil rights workers.
Feminism.
Free African Americans.
Society & culture: general.
Society.
Canada.
United States.
Genre/Form History.
Form Electronic book
Author Dennie, Nneka D., editor
ISBN 9780197609507
0197609503
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Essential writings of a nineteenth-century black radical feminist