Like One of the Family: Conversations From a Domestic's Life
First published in Paul Robeson’s newspaper, Freedom, and composed of a series of conversations between Mildred, a black domestic, and her friend Marge, Like One of the Family is a wry, incisive portrait of working women in Harlem in the 1950’s. Rippling with satire and humor, Mildred’s outspoken accounts vividly capture her white employers’ complacency and condescension — and their startled reactions to a maid who speaks her mind and refuses to exchange dignity for pay.
Author: Alice Childress
Size: 5.5 x 0.7 x 8.5 inches