[The Black Woman: Reality and the Myth]
Mitchell, Ella, The Black Woman: The Reality and the Myth Side 1, Frances and Carr Burgess’ Baby-Dedication Naming per Ashanti Rite, Side 2
Martin Luther King Fellows In Black Religious Studies, Inc. Collection
Ella Mitchell gives a lecture on Black woman reality where she discusses the exploitation of Black women and the women’s liberation movement. This is followed by a woman leading a group conversation about young men and how to lead them in the right direction with the involvement of the church and other professions.
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Mitchell, Ella, "[The Black Woman: Reality and the Myth]" (1975). Martin Luther King Fellows in Black Religious Studies, Inc. Collection. 28.
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