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(Re)producing memory of the forgotten: The representation of minority cultures' memories, histories, and identities in museums
When the other writes back: "Poaching," "bargain shopping," and rewriting the vampire narrative in Jewelle Gomez's "The Gilda Stories" and Octavia Butler's "Fledgling"
Relations between Native Americans and those of African descent in the South, 1526 to 1907
Enlightenment culture, Anglophone identity, and mobility in Black Atlantic literature
Chaotic whiteness: Race, narrative, and the erotics of fear
Placing race: The role of regulation and social practice in the production of racialized space in Buffalo, New York
The emerging labor market dilemma for the black middle class in the Buffalo-Niagara Falls, New York metropolitan statistical area
Hip-hop, hip-life: Global sistahs
Inflammatory biomarkers and subclinical atherosclerosis in systemic lupus erythematosus: The Breakfast with a Buddy Biomarkers of Lupus Study
Man up: African American men discuss race, masculinity, and coping with stress
Education & cultural identity: Hip Hop culture's aim toward the re-Africanization of the acculturated subject
The education of African refugee preschoolers: Views of parents toward appropriate practices, experiences of parents/teachers and encouragement/barriers to greater parent involvement
Self-monitoring of attention versus self-monitoring of performance: Examining the differential effects among minority students with emotional disturbance
Low-income, first-generation, African American and Latino students' perceptions of influencing factors on their successful path to enrollment in a four-year college
The beginning of feminism in the South: An examination of southern women writing Civil War and Reconstruction novels, Augusta Jane Evans to Ellen Glasgow
'Vulnerability as armor': Embodied spiritual commitments of Alice Walker, Audre Lorde, and Toni Cade Bambara
Hiding behind the cross: The production and enactment of black masculinity in an urban non-denominational Black Church
How black and white urban school teachers view African American males
Hip hop in Buffalo: Three stories of struggle, survival and success
Perceptions of the Barriers to Mathematics Achievement for African American Students
Under the Best of Circumstances: The Constrained Opportunities of Black Students inside Elite Private Secondary Schools
Metamorphic literatures: Voicing a new movement
In their own words: African American women narrate their experiences to leadership
"The black tide of mud" Reference and transference in Ishmael Reed's "Mumbo Jumbo"
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