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African-American attitudes toward higher education and their struggle with collective identity and the burden of "acting White"
Mental health treatment-seeking behaviors of African American women in the Southern United States
Perceptions of body image among low socioeconomic status African American mothers and their daughters in Mobile, Alabama
Of mules and pearls: The lived experiences of Black single mothers
Crises of identifying: Negotiating and mediating race, gender, and disability
The changing role of music in the liturgy of the African American Seventh-day Adventist Church: Guidelines for improving its qualitative use
The role of the extended family in facilitating African American, non-residential fathers' involvement
Factors that influence rural African American males' aspirations to attend college
Living on the down-low: Stories from African American men
Ordinary theologies: Spiritual narratives of black female principals
Perceptions of graduate school among African American undergraduate science majors: Does the road lead to a PhD in science?
The academic achievement gap between African American and White students: An exploratory study on reading achievement and intrinsic motivation
Career mobility of Black and White upper level administrators in a predominantly White institution of higher education: A case study
A study of teachers' views on students' use of African American English in the English Language Arts classroom
African American Vernacular English: Affirming spaces for linguistic identity within the composition classroom
Family environment and adolescents' feelings of hopelessness among low-income, urban African American families
Strength that silences: Learning from the experiences of Black female college students with mental health concerns at a predominantly White institution
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