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"Ultimately, this volume contributes to ongoing conversations about what role black women have played in institutionalized black politics--integrationist or nationalist--as they are often excluded because of race, gender, or class. Bridging Race Divides> adds complexity to our conversations and the growing literature on African American women's political strategizing."
--The Journal of American History
"Dossett's work adds, in an important way, to African American women's history by connecting individuals' efforts to the larger discussion of African American strategies for progress."
--The Journal of Southern History