126. Fugitive for Justice: Angela Davis
The eventful life and penetrating philosophy of Angela Davis, an icon of resistance deeply informed by Marxism and influential on black feminist thought.
• A.Y. Davis and B. Aptheker, If They Come in the Morning: Voices of Resistance (New York: 1971).
• A.Y. Davis, Angela Davis: an Autobiography (New York: 1974).
• A.Y. Davis, Women, Race, and Class (New York: 1981).
• A.Y. Davis, Blues Legacies and Black Feminism: Gertrude “Ma” Rainey, Bessie Smith, and Billie Holiday (New York: 1999).
• J. James (ed.), The Angela Y. Davis Reader (Malden: 1998).
• C.A. Barnwell, “A Prison Abolitionist and Her Literature: Angela Davis,” CLA Journal 48 (2005), 308-35.
• J.M. Braxton, Black Women Writing Autobiography (Philadelphia: 1989).
• M.V. Perkins, Autobiography as Activism: Three Black Women of the Sixties (Jackson: 2000).
• N. Roberts, "Angela Y. Davis: Abolitionism, Democracy, Freedom," in M.L. Rogers and J. Turner (eds), African American Political Thought: A Collected History (Chicago: 2021), 660-684.