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Review: We Are Your Sisters: Black Women in the Nineteenth CenturyUser Review - Darrell - Goodreads
This is a tough book to review fairly, as there is more editing here than writing. The high rating is for the time, effort and care that went into it. Dorothy Sterling makes it obvious right from the ... Read full review
Review: We Are Your Sisters: Black Women in the Nineteenth CenturyUser Review - Kelly - Goodreads
I think the content is great but Sterling's input between paragraphs is really frustrating. I wish it were set up better. Read full review
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