Dorothy Carter (1918 - Sept. 14, 2012) was a former stage actress who starred in the adaptation of the groundbreaking novel "Strange Fruit" (an interracial love story) on Broadway. She became part of the American Negro Theater. After earning her master's degree, she taught at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee & became the first female African-American professor at Bank Street College of Education in NYC in 1981. In her 80s, she wrote three children's books inspired by her childhood.
África: as pessoas do Oeste Africano costa - Gabão, Guiné, Senegal ... Auguste Racinet, de Le traje historique (A história do traje) vol. 2, sob a direção de A. Racinet, Paris, seis volumes publicados entre 1877 e 1886.