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Page 8 The Role of The Black Woman PLAIN AND FANCY By ROBERTA HERSCHFIELD 3) For halibut salad, remove fish to cool. Flake or cut into-chunks. Add sat] and pepper to taste. Dice Don’t open a can! Try these two soups which are so unusual that you won't find them on the shelf. celery, cucumber or green pepper. Add chucks of lettuce or tomatoes. (Photographs are of Shirley Shields, Salt Lake Model.) Finish off with mayonnaise or your favorite salad dressing. Mix well, They’re also nourishing, economical and easy to prepare. Quick Carrot or Turnip Soup and serve on lettuce leaves. Cold green peas may be mixed in with (Serves 4) salad just before serving. Serve cold. Ingredients: 2 Tablespoons chopped onion 2 Tablespoons margarine or butter 2 Tablespoons flour 1 Quart hot milk 1 Cup raw grated carrots or turnips Salt and pepper to taste Esau’s Pot Stew Looking back about two hundred years we see that the role of hungry as Esau and almost as ready and to help with the providing. She Slavery ended; but the role of woman must fulfill another role; the black woman did not change. but now the weight is no longer a Survival was still her primary goals - burden but a joy. And from this joy a survival of life now in a society a new nation will be born, sprung where nothing was available. No from the womb of emancipation. longer could she depend upon the table scraps from the masters 1 and 1/3 cup diced celery house, or his provided shelter and clothing. She had to work in order that lives could be lived. cup sliced carrots cup diced parsnips _ cup diced green pepper quart water pound lentils tablespoon salt Once again she took the role of She was a strong woman. The time is now and we see a 1) In a large frying pan brown the slice onions in the oil. First put a large halibut steak in in quarters, one tablespoon of white or wine vinegar, and salt and pepper to taste. change in the role of the black woman. Today she is no longer just a work horse trying to seek out a mere existence for her family. Now she is asked to think, give the. ground lamb and brown it, too. 3) Stir in the tomatoes, carrots, parsnips and green 4) Add the water, lentils, Pepper: 5) Continue cooking on water to cover. Add one onion, cut bee pepper. salt and assistance, educate, love, and enhance the black man’s struggle. Now she must understand her of the stove over low heat for about purpose and then re-educate herself 1% hours, or until the lentils are — and her children to the complexity tender and your nourishing red pot of the struggle, the goals that are stew is ready to satisfy. bought and the consequences that may befall any of them. She must Boil for 15-20 minutes — until the fish flakes easily with a fork. 1) Serve as is or top with a cheese or tomato sauce. 2) Make it a one-dish meal by adding vegetables and _ diced potatoes. Kliminate the vinegar. Add a little butter or margarine while cooking and serve hot. the top “Let me swallow, I pray thee, some be willing to make sacrifices and of this red, red poteees for I am faint.” Gen. XXV- STAR give up many of the token material possessions so that the future may os - opportunity through which I can improve my life and my children’s 1. To take part in major policy decisions affecting the planning and the operation of the program. 2. To help develop adult some concrete meaningful wealth. Her children must be educated and taught to no longer accept without question or explanation knowledge given as a truth. They must learn to expand all concepts to their fullest limits. She must teach history and culture in order that they may obtain a sense of pride and identification. But most important of all she must 2. To accept Head Start as ari RIGHTS lives. 3. To take part in the classroom as an observer, a volunteer worker programs which will improve daily or living for me and my family. 3.To be welcomed in the classroom. 4. To choose whether or not I participate without fear of endangering my’ child’s right to be in the program. 5. To be always treated with respect and dignity. ¢. To expect guidance for my child from Head Start teachers and contribute my services in whatever 5. To welcome teatHets and staff into my home to discuss ‘ways in which parents can help their black man. He is her energy and she staff, children’s development at home in his which will help his total individual development. 8. To be able to learn about the operation of the program, including the budget and the level of education and experience required to fill various staff positions. 9. To take part in planning and carrying out programs designed to increase my skill in areas of possible employment. 10. To be informed about all community resources concerned with health, education and the improvement of family life. a_ paid employee, and = to way | can toward enrichment of the show love--an all encompsing love, a love of what the black man is trying total program. — 4. To provide. parent leadership to accomplish, a love for black people, a love for family and a love by taking explain part the in elections, of self. to program to othet parents and encourage their full participation. This is what she must do. But now she is not alone. With the emergence of the black movement comes not only the new black woman, but the emancipated . 6. To work and with other nation. To build, the power must be unyielding and the soil rich and fertile. Witness. No longer do _ his relation to school experienice. staff the teacher, patents in a shoulders droop, or does his head cooperative way. bow in self pity. The chains of bondage are being torn off. Yes, the marks and sores may still be seen, but the wounds are now receiving %. To guide my children with firmness, which is s both loving and protective. 8. To offer constructive criticism of the program, to defend it against unfair criticism and air so that they might heal. The once dazed brain of the hlack man is gaining consciousness. Concepts to share in evaluating it. 9. To take advantaie ot progranta designed to increase my knowledge and ideas are forming; an air of awareness is filtermg through. No, no RESPONSIBILITIES about child development. and my skills in areas of possible employment. 1. To learn as much as possible about the program and to take part in major policy decisions. community programs which help to condemned, or his community improve health, education and labeled ghetto. No longer will his recreation for -"s. mentality allow him to parrot apa carne OH 5 ener vue og she ey! 10. A To become yuri en vikaioed MR i : Mm tags NALD peel ‘t * sagt PATRIA Den as ertatecnbnbegtige: Cg os p ke — alll a Walter L. Perry BBOS All power to the People Black power to the Black People BBOS power to the BBOS the mammy, scratching out a meager existence in order that she and her children would survive. 72 teaspoon pepper 2) Add well was alone. stewed) Halibut — Three Ways was no husband to head the household 3%2 cups sliced oiitons 72 cup oil or margarine 1 pound ground lamb > 3 cups tomatoes (broken up or From my mother-in-law to you. (My husband loves all three) woman children. Plantation life was a sixteen hour day with little time left for home and family. There was to sell his birthright for some solid food, restore his strength with the same hearty meal of lamb and lentils as brother Jacob did. 1 1 1 1 1 1 black Her primary purpose was one of survival, for herself and her Winter hasn’t complete left us yet. If your man comes home as 1) Cook the onion in the margarine until lightly browned. 2) Tip your frying pan slightly so the oil and onions gather at one end. Then gradually blend in the flour. 3) Add the milk, carrots or turnips, and salt and pepper. 4) Cook stirring frequently, until the carrots or turnips are tender, about ten minutes. the defined. functions of some menial job as a blind sand shifted at the mercy of time. Now! The time has come where he will build from the tree to the chair; then, sit upon that chair and be proud. He will share this chair with his queen, and she will be proud for she knows that without him there would be no movement. They are together. After a century or so, the black Stan tna ytan etme will he tolerate his his women being maltreated, or his in i longer children being called bastards, nor family vet tne, ee rateltthe 44 Be PM COO Be Ae starving, des wenn his OT eo home eas os vl ALL BLACK WOMAN The role of the Woman is to- inspire her man, educate their children and participate in social development. | Children are life after death. We can’t live after death any other way except through children and great works. Children make our works and everything else worth while. Insecurity is a constant preoccupation with every Woman. Only the hardest Woman, and she’s jiving; doesn’t want to be secure. Black people need to start with their house because to talk Nationalism without first taking care of the house, is like trying to collect sand running down the beach instead of collecting it where you are. What makes a Woman appealing is feminity and she can’t be feminine without be submissive. Walter L. Perry BBOS All power to the People Black Power to the Black People BBOS power to the BBOS EMERGENCY CLOTHING is available by calling the Unitarian Church at 364-3436. MOTHER AND CHILDREN “The world is yours, as well as ours, but in the last analysis, it is yours. You young people full of vigar and vitality, are in the BLOOM of LIFE. Like the sun at eight or nine in the morning. Our hope is placed on you.” Youth To Help Stop Racism In Schools SENIOR CITIZENS We have a large number of senior citizens living on welfare and (poverty) social security grants. Senior Citizens please organize. Let us help you help yourselves. South County has many Senior Citizens trying to be independent on too little money. None of their basic needs are being cared for. Their rights to a decent survival after their working days are over. They paid dues; give them their due on a decent level of survival with basic needs provided. Call 255-3516 and leave your name, address, and telephone number. You will be contracted. Your voice does count. Let us help you. Call 255-3516. The NAACP Youth program is seeking a solution to the current problem of discrimination in the Salt Lake Public School system. The project is new and it’s purpose will be to present recommendations and a program to the Board of Education concerning the education of blacks, chicanos and whites. The Youth Program is headed by Mrs. Julie Scott with Mr. Eddie L. Brown as Chairman of the project involving the school system. Young people interested in joining and helping to build their own Youth Branch should call Mr. Brown at 328-4333; James Dooley at 322-2032 or Danny Bumett at 363-6031.