New York: Woman's Press, 1949. Hardcover. 46p., previous owner's inscription on front blank end paper, heavily chipped and worn dj.
"A pioneer in the study of Black women, an advocate of interracial cooperation, and an accomplished writer in several genres, Marion Vera Cuthbert was one of the most progressive thinkers of her day." - NOTABLE BLACK AMERICAN WOMEN, p. 245. From her early college teaching in Alabama, where she came to recognize the sexism faced by Black professional women, she became a leader in the YWCA, specializing in Black women's issues.