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The pure, the pious and the preyed upon; a celebration of celibacy and the erasure of young women's sexual agency
Contested rights: Subjugation and struggle among Burmese forced migrants in exile
Ghanaian immigrants in United States: American dreams, a shattered heaven, & racism
Race, gender and issues of self-disclosure for Black female-White male intimate couples
Socio-cultural diversity in elementary classrooms: The relationship between structural and curricular diversity and motivation
South Asian immigrant women's indigenous understandings and beliefs about suffering and healing: A narrative approach
Exploring Asian American racism-related stress as a predictor of racial identity status, Asian cultural values, and conformity to masculine norms in Asian American men
Social capital and well-being: Modeling a multigroup analysis of race and ethnicity
Adolescent Cape Verdean girls' experiences of violence, incarceration, and deportation: Developing resources through participatory community-based reflection-action groups
Controlling the spectacular world city: A discursive analysis of inclusion and exclusion in the making of Giuliani's New York
The racial geography of teaching: Two White teachers' construction of race
Using a Sankofa intervention to influence Black girls' racial identity development and school-related experiences
Ethnic differences in achievement growth: Longitudinal data analysis of math achievement in a Hierarchical Linear Modeling framework
The meaning and experience of working for professionally employed, second-generation Indian women in the U.S. and Canada
Black principals' perceptions of how their racial, cultural, personal, and professional identities affect their leadership
South Asian immigrants' perceptions of abuse in marital conflicts: When are male abusive tactics an acceptable method of managing conflicts?
Grounding critical race theory in participatory inquiry: Raising educators' race consciousness and co-constructing antiracist pedagogy
College choice and documented Chinese immigrant community college students in Massachusetts
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