Toni Cade Bambara was an author, filmmaker, activist, and educator. In the 1960s, she was involved in the Black Arts Movement, and active in the rise of black feminism. She created groundbreaking the feminist anthology collection featuring only women of color, The Black Woman. She is the author of The Salt Eaters, The Sea Birds Are Still Alive, Those Bones Are Not My Child—edited by Toni Morrison—and Gorilla, My Love. She also wrote short stories such as The Lesson, Raymond’s Run, and Blues Ain’t No Mockin Bird.
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