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Rezoning Chicago's modernisms: Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Remment Koolhaas, the IIT campus and its Bronzeville prehistory (1914--2003)
What's Black about it? An educator's autoethnography
You and me make we: An exploration of consumer nested identities
Wealth and asset decision making of Black middle class families: The rationalization of economic growth and justice
Pushing for change: Women of color at Wellesley College, 1966--2001
Daily step counts and activity time of inner-city African American and Hispanic youth grades 5--8
A case study of career paths for women of color athletic administrators: The intersection of race and gender
A social ecology of adolescents' future expectations
Anywhere under the sun: Afro-Caribbean immigrants' perspectives of U.S. citizenship and experience of cultural transition
Authoring the other: Regarding race and gender in a multicultural adaptation of the classic fairytale "Cinderella"
Minority student success: A case study of the influence of spirituality on African-American student retention
A study of the literacy experiences and related life experiences of incarcerated Black adolescent males
Predicting the academic attainment of African-American students
Mammy versus mulatta: A rhetorical analysis of the act of passing and the influence of controlling images in Fannie Hurst's "Imitation of Life"
African American males in the community college: Towards a model of academic success
Finding space, finding voice: The racial, ethnic, and spiritual identity of African American students in the urban Southwest
Deviant Bodies Resisting Online: Examining the Intersecting Realities of Women of Color in Xbox Live
The BET Connection: Social Imagination and Creolization within the Life Histories of Urban Belizean Youth
African-American Male Student-Athletes in Division I Collegiate Sports: Expectations and Aspirations for Undergraduate Degree Attainment
The Attainment of a Science Degree by African American College Students at Arizona State University: An Investigation to Identify The Barriers and Affordances
Schooling Experiences and Perceptions of Resettled Sub-Saharan African Refugee Middle School Students in a Southwest U.S. State
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