As the official magazine of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP,) The Crisis is one of the longest running African American journals in the history of American publishing. Throughout its century-long publication, The Crisis has made immeasurable contributions to the careers of several female African American writers, including Anita Scott Coleman, Mary Church Terrell, and Jessie Fauset. This anthology collects all of the short stories published in The Crisis by African American women during the magazine's first century of publication, offering an historical, literary, and cultural perspective on the lives of African American women from the Harlem Renaissance to the present.
Girl, Colored and Other Stories
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