We Rise: Speeches by Inspirational Black Women
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Phoenix Books, Inc., 2010.
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2h 8m 0s
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English
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9781607475385

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Barbara Jordan., Barbara Jordan|AUTHOR., Condoleezza Rice|AUTHOR., Fannie Lou Hamer|AUTHOR., Rosa Parks|AUTHOR., & Michelle Obama|READER. (2010). We Rise: Speeches by Inspirational Black Women . Phoenix Books, Inc..

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Barbara Jordan et al.. 2010. We Rise: Speeches By Inspirational Black Women. Phoenix Books, Inc.

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Barbara Jordan et al.. We Rise: Speeches By Inspirational Black Women Phoenix Books, Inc, 2010.

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Barbara Jordan, et al. We Rise: Speeches By Inspirational Black Women Phoenix Books, Inc., 2010.

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• Mary McLeod Bethune: "What American Democracy Means to Me" (1939)
• Fannie Lou Hamer at the Democratic National Convention (1964)
• Shirley Chisholm: "The Black Woman in Contemporary America" (1974)
• Barbara Jordan: "Who Will Speak for the Common Good?" (1976)
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• Condoleezza Rice at the Republican National Convention (2000)
• Cynthia McKinney: Green Party Presidential Nomination Speech (2008)
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