Books Like Trouble in Mind by Alice Childress | Suggesting Reading

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For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide/When the Rainbow is Enuf, a play by Notozake Shange published in 1977. The play concerns African-American women who are fighting for their integrity and self-respect.

Florence, a play by Childress which was first produced in 1949. The play explores racism in the South under Jim Crow laws. The title character is an actress who lives in New York City and has a hard time finding work.

The First Black Actors On the Great White Way is a nonfiction book written by Susan Curtis in 1998. It is a history of black actors in New York City.

A Raisin in the Sun, a play by Lorraine Hansberry first produced on Broadway in 1959. The play focuses on the life of a strong black woman.

Like One of the Family Conversations from a Domestic's Life (1956) is a collection of monologues written by Childress...

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