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Race and education: Does the racial composition of a school district affect public support?
Indian identities and Indian experience: Strategies of decolonization in the works of Fritz Scholder
Magical triumph or miserable illusion?: Gender and race constructions in "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone" and "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets"
When racism goes institutional: A defense of institutional racism in the face of individualist criticisms
The Man barbarians: As recorded in Chinese sources from the Han through the Southern Dynasties
"U.S. and Them": Communicating international Muslim student identity at U.S. universities in the post-9/11 era
Racial, ethnic and gender diversity of the U.S. museum workforce: Trends, implications and solutions
Caught between conflicting worlds?: A Du Boisian study of the experiences of students who are underrepresented in academia
Bodies of belief: The problem of religion in Navajo Nation v. USFS
Politics of Park51: Space, Emplacement, and Muslim Subjectivity
A postcolonial analysis of Peace Corps volunteer narratives: The political construction of the volunteer, her work, and her relationship to the 'Host Country National'
Three essays on the impact of racial preferences on household locational choice
Marginalized identities and multiple oppressions: GLBTQ people of color negotiating everyday life
Assessing color blind casting in American theatre and society
What's Black and White and Black or White?: The effects of category assignment on the evaluation of and memory for multi-raced faces
Levees, looters and lawlessness: Race, rumor & the framing of Hurricane Katrina
First generation U.S.-born Africans and the expanded nigrescence theory: The stretching of a theory for a "different" African American experience at a predominantly White institution of higher education
Flamenco gestures: Musical meaning in motion
Michael Mooney and the Leadville Irish: Respectability and resistance at 10,200 feet, 1875--1900
Music, identity, and Afrovenezuelan culture: The dynamics of a contemporary tradition in the Central Coastal Region
Disappearing injustices: The invisibility of gender and racial injustice in Thomas Pogge's analysis of severe poverty and human rights
Communication experiences of Latina and Latino immigrant custodial workers within a university setting
Black and white do not make grey: Narratives of women's friendship across a racial divide in metro Detroit
Muslims in the American social imagination: Muslim archetypes in U.S. mainstream and Muslim alternative media
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