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"Because We're Unique": The Literate Lives of Black Adolescent Females
"Public Order is Even More Important than the Rights of Negroes:" Race and Recreation in Charlotte, North Carolina, 1927-1973
A CLOSER LOOK INTO WHY AFRICAN AMERICAN MEN LEAVE AND AVOID STEM MAJORS IN COLLEGE
A Case Study of Hispanic Middle School Students In An ESL Classroom: Discourses In Academic Reading Instruction
A United Front: The American Relief Administration in Ukraine
AIN'T I A YOGI?: A CRITICAL EXPLORATION OF SYMBOLIC AND SOCIAL BOUNDARIES IN THE YOGA WORLD
Afrocentricity for all: A case study examining the self-healing power of alternative curricula as a mediating tool of inclusion
Black Doulas and The Quest For Empowerment in the Black Woman's Birthing Experience
Black Lives Matter and Black Power
Digital Mirror: An Examination of Social Media’s Influence on Late Adolescent Black Females’ Global and Academic Self-Concept
EBONY IN EXILE: AN EXAMINATION OF REVOLUTIONARY BLACK AMERICA AND THE CUBAN INFLUENCE 1960s-1980s
EXAMINING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SELECTED VARIABLES AND THE ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF AFRICAN AMERICAN HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
EXPLORING THE INFLUENCE OF DRAMATIC ARTS ON UNDEREXAMINED LITERACIES: EXPERIENCES OF BLACK GIRLS IN AN URBAN MIDDLE SCHOOL
Explaining Fertility Intentions Among Non-Assimilated Hispanic Immigrant Women Living in the U.S.: A Rational Choice Reinforced by Social Identity?
FROM ROOTS TO STAR TREK: A CASE STUDY ON SUCCESSFUL PERSISTENCE OF AFRICAN AMERICAN MALE  ENGINEERING MAJORS
Filling the Void: Exploring Predictors of African American Beginning Teacher Retention
HAVE HOMEOWNERSHIP RATES TRANSITIONED SINCE THE FINANCIAL CRISIS? EVIDENCE FROM THE SURVEY OF CONSUMER FINANCES DATA.
HE WHO FEEDS YOU: THE MALES PLACE COMMUNITY GARDEN AS A FACILITATOR OF DEVELOPMENT IN BLACK MALE YOUTH
Healing and Posttraumatic Growth in African American Survivors of Domestic Violence: An Exploration of Women's Narratives
Masking Modernity: Black Performance and the Struggle for a Modern Identity in the Progressive Era South