Suggested Reading
Mary Anderson,“The Plight of Negro Domestic Labor,”The Journal of Negro Education 5 (1936),66-72

Ella Baker & Marvel Cooke,“The Bronx Slave Market,”The Crisis 42,(November 1935)

Frances Beal,“Double Jeopardy:To be Black & Female,”in Black Women’s Manifesto,edited by the Third World Women’s Alliance,(New York: Third World Women’s Alliance, 1970)

Keisha N. Blain,“‘[F]or the Rights of Dark People in Every Part of the World’:Pearl Sherrod,Black Internationalist Feminism,& Afro-Asian Politics during the 1930s,”Souls 17 (2015),90-112.

Rose Brewer,“Black radical theory & practice: Gender, race, & class,”Socialism & Democracy 17 (2003),109-122

Carole Boyce Davies,Left of Karl Marx:The Political life of Black Communist Claudia Jones,(Durham: Duke University Press, 2007)

____,”Sisters Outside:Tracing the Caribbean/Black Intellectual Tradition,”Small Axe 28 (2009),217-228

____,Claudia Jones: Beyond Containment,(Boulder: Lynne Rienner Publisher,Inc.,2011)

Combahee River Collective,“The Combahee River Collective Statement,” in Homegirls:A Black Feminist Anthology edited by Barbara Smith,(New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press,1983),264-269

Dayo F. Gore et al.,eds.,Want to Start a Revolution? Radical Women in the Black Freedom Struggle,(New York: New York University Press,2009)

____,Radicalism at The Crossroads:African American Activists in the Cold War,(New York: New York University Press,2011);

Cheryl Higashida, Black International Feminism:Women Writers of the Black Left,1945-1995 (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2011)

Gerald Horne,Race Woman:The Lives of Shirley Graham DuBois, (New York: New York University Press,2000)

Buzz Johnson,“I Think of My Mother”:Notes on the Life & Times of Claudia Jones,(London: Karia Press,1985)

Erik McDuffie, “A ‘New Freedom Movement of Negro Women’:Sojourning for Truth,Justice, & Civil Rights during the Early Cold War,”Radical History Review 101 (2008),81-106

____, “‘I wanted a Communist philosophy,but I wanted us to have a change to organize our people’:The diasporic radicalism of Queen Mother Audley Moore & the origins of black power,” African & Black Diaspora 3 (2010),181-195

____,Sojourning for Freedom:Black Women,American Communism,& the Making of Black Left Feminism,(Durham:Duke University Press,2011).

____,“‘For full freedom of… colored women in Africa,Asia,& in these United States…’: Black Women Radicals & the Practice of a Black Women’s International,”Palimpsest 1 (2012),1-30

Louise Thompson Patterson,“Toward a Brighter Dawn,”Woman Today,April 1936

Rhoda Reddock,“Radical Caribbean social thought:Race,class identity & the postcolonial nation,”Current Sociology 62 (2014),493-511

Marika Sherwood,Claudia Jones:A Life in Exile,(London: Lawrence & Wishart,1999)

Ula Taylor,“‘Reading Men & Nations’: Women in the Black Radical Tradition,”Souls 1 (1999),72-80

____,The Veiled Garvey:The Life & times of Amy Jacques Garvey,(Chapel Hill:University of North Carolina Press,2002)

Stephen Ward,“The Third World Women’s Alliance:Black Feminist Radicalism & Black Power Politics,”in The Black Power Movement: Rethinking the Civil Rights- Black Power Era edited by Peniel E. Joseph,199-144,(New York: Routledge,2006)

Mary Helen Washington,“Alice Childress,Loraine Hansberry, & Claudia Jones Write the Popular Front,”in Left of the Color Line:Race,Radicalism, & Twentieth Century Literature of the United Stated edited by Bill V. Mullen & James Smethurst,183-204,(Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press,2003)

Kate Weigand,“Claudia Jones & the Synthesis of Race,Gender, & Class,” in Red Feminism: American Communism & the Making of Women’s Liberation,97-113,(Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press,2001)

Fanon Che Wilkins,“Beyond Bandung: The Critical Nationalism of Lorraine Hansberry,1950-1965,”Radical History Review 95 (2006),191-210

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