“REALIZING THE DREAM OF A BLACK UNIVERSITY” & OTHER WRITINGS PARTS 1 & 2

by TONI CADE BAMBARA
Contributors: Makeba LavanConor Tomás Reed

While Toni Cade Bambara is mostly known for her short stories, novels, and landmark 1970 anthology The Black Woman, “Realizing the Dream of a Black University,” & Other Writings explores lesser-known aspects of her work and revives her far-reaching pedagogical legacy. Through memoirs and texts drawn from City College of New York’s radical 1960s educational experiments, we learn how Bambara dedicated her life to embedding and expanding Black and Third World studies in academic institutions, community settings, and the larger collective consciousness while imbuing these efforts with her own unique form of infectious activism and unflinching clarity.

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Toni Cade Bambara. Photographer unknown, year unknown. Courtesy of Karma Bambara, Executor of the Toni Cade Bambara Estate.

“REALIZING THE DREAM OF A BLACK UNIVERSITY” & OTHER WRITINGS PART I

PART 1

PART 2