THE PLIGHT OF AFRICAN-AMERICAN WOMEN IN U.S. HISTORY

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This short, original drama acts as a research guide depicting the plight of African-American women through vignettes illustrating historical periods in American history. Beginning with a modern scene of an African-American woman being interrogated, the narrative moves backward to Rosa Parks, the dawn of women getting the vote and the aftermath of Emancipation, ending with a Frederick Douglas quote that reflects the opening quote by President Kennedy. Not shying away from the harsh realities and extreme cruelty African-American women faced throughout history, the play is still relevant in today's changing world.
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THE PLIGHT OF AFRICAN-AMERICAN WOMEN IN U.S. HISTORY
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