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    • Journal 052

    • Journal 052

    • Religion, Bible, Authors, Family, Literature, Poetry, Politics, Blacks, Prayers, Manuscript

    • Journal 52 contains only a few pages of Margaret’s writing. It covers the period from July to August 1952. Margaret begins this journal by writing about a few verses in the Bible. She then goes on to talk about her 41st birthday whilst...
    • Journal 086

    • Journal 086

    • United States, Politics, Government, Education, Racism, Blacks, Literature, Women writer, Richard Wright, Family, Holiday-Easter, Biography, Black Panthers, Jackson State, African American Writers

    • In journal 86, which was written from January to October 1970, Margaret Walker started writing about the on going presidential election and the speech made at the State of the Union. She goes on to write about how Black Panthers are calling for a...
    • Journal 095

    • Journal 095

    • Cookery, Holiday Cookery, Civil Right Movement, Religion, Economics, History, Blacks, Education, Astrology, African American Teachers, Feminism, Wright, Richard

    • In the journal, Margaret Walker lectures on African American women and religion, she writes on Wright v. Walker and speaks at Langston Hughes Literary Festival. She reflects on her year, explore black ideology and she went back to her teaching job...
    • Journal 096

    • Journal 096

    • Astrology, History, Blacks, Authors, Creative writing, Women novelist, Women author

    • Journal 96 was witten in 1975. Margaret Walker started writing about the shaping of black American with an outlines about black culture. Most of this journal has her to-do-list, record of events and her travel plans.
    • Journal 097

    • Journal 097

    • History, Blacks, African American Authors, Intellectuals, Astrology, Family, Mother and Child, Religion, Cookery

    • Journal 97 was written in 1975. Margaret Walker writes about the event at the University of Mississippi Symposium about Negro Black. She tells the story of Jonah from the bible. She recal her travel trips to Orlando, Florida, Texas and Mexico, and...
    • Journal 099

    • Journal 099

    • Family, Poetry, Cookery, Creative writing, French, Blacks, History, Economics

    • Journal 99 was written in 1976. Margaret Walker begins the journal with a trip plan to New York City and a plan on her topic for daily discussion for African Conference, plans for Community development, Art workshop, History workshop, and...
    • Journal 117

    • Journal 117

    • Wright, Richard, Blacks, Literature, Poetry, Ellen Wright, Work Schedule, Holiday-Easter, Racism, Civil Rights, Slavery

    • This Journal was written from March to April 1985. Margaret Walker begins by writing about some of the things she had been involved in both personally and work related for the first three months of the year. She also writes about some of her...
    • Journal 125

    • Journal 125

    • Politics, Civil Rights, Jesse Jackson, Autobiography, Novelist, Wright Richard, Research, Blacks, Minority, Women Author, Women writer

    • This journal covers the period from January 1989 to September 1990. Margaret Walker begins the journal by writing a list of books she was working on including her own autobiography titled “I am Cassandra” and another one about the life of Rosa...

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