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From humble beginnings to a profound impact: A brief history of Lovely Lane United Methodist Church and its effect on African American community of Baltimore, Maryland
"Hip-hop hooray...ho, hey, ho!": Hip-hop origin and its affect on modern day culture, 1965--2008
The Mississippi State Colonization Society and the key leaders in the Mississippi colonization scheme
Leading from behind: The role of women in Sharp Street United Methodist Church, 1898--1921
Pimp juice: Profiles of the African-American pimp in popular culture
FBI paranoia: The FBI's war against CORE & SNCC, 1956--1971
"I am Miami": Black student activism at Miami University, 1968--1978
"Chunky": An exploration of scarring and social wounds
Classism, racism, and identity issues in Jessie Fauset's "Plum Bun: A Novel Without A Moral", "Comedy: American Style", and "There Is Confusion"
Overlooking the law: The practices against blacks in Texas from 1821--1872
Applying post traumatic slave syndrome to the characters in Gwendolyn Brooks's "A Street in Bronzeville" and "The Bean Eaters"
African American college educated women's perceptions of marriage
Black leadership strategies of the Louisiana Deacons for Defense and The African Party for the Liberation of Guinea Bissau and Cape Verde
Wally and Juanita Nelson and the struggle for peace, equality, and social justice: 1935--1975
"Active, smart, and of a smiling countenance": Delaware's enslaved women 1760-1820
Critical thinking instruction and minority engineering students at a public urban higher education institution
A linguistic analysis of rhetorical strategies in selected narratives of Alice Walker
An exploration of the impact of family background factors on the science achievement of Afro-Caribbean and African American students in the United States
Examining student engagement of African American community college students: Focusing on the CCSSE benchmarks
The persistence of African American college men
African American Baptist adults: The degree to which selected social and cultural variables influence the execution of advance directives
Empowering black women to lead: A phenomenological study examining the role of the NCBAA Institute in the development of midlevel community college administrators
Towards a rhetoric of Neo Hybrid Pedagogy: A comparative analysis on an effective teaching methodology applied to writing portfolios for African American students at a historically black university
The factors that influence African self-consciousness, well-being and academic efficacy among social work students attending a historically black university
Exploring the depressed rate of Black entrepreneurship: The impact of consumer perceptions
An exploratory study of aspirational factors associated with postsecondary academic achievement in urban low socioeconomic status African American and Hispanic males
If not now, when? School integration in Clarendon County, South Carolina 1947--1970
An examination of racial disparities in the utilization of services for the treatment of major depression disorder
Urban middle school mathematics teachers' beliefs about African American students: Origins and influence on instructional practice
"Who shall let this world be beautiful?": Seeds of black female creativity in Josephine Baker and Octavia E. Butler
Socialization, sexuality, susceptibility, separation: Older African American women in the District of Columbia's HIV/AIDS epidemic. Is there an imagined exclusion?
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