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Satisfaction with police: A heirarchical analysis of race and neighborhoood disadvantage
Black women's meaning-making of HIV/AIDS campaigns: A Black feminist approach to the impact of race on the reception of targeted health communication
"An unpleasant wartime function": Race, film censorship, and the office of war information, 1942--1945
Reclaiming the modern American body in the age of the machine: William H. Johnson's "Jitterbugs" and the articulation of "humanized machine aesthetics"
Beyond racial stereotypes: Subversive subtexts in "Cabin in the Sky"
Ethnic identity and relationship satisfaction among African American heterosexual couples
The influence of student and teacher characteristics on student-teacher closeness
Beyond the beauty salon: Sport, women of color and their hair
Racial socialization as a predictor of adolescent racial identity: Is gender a moderator?
Reimagining Black Power: Prison manifestos and the strategies of regeneration in the rewriting of black identity, 1969--2002
Predicting proficiency on a state assessment using prior performance for racial and economic subgroups
A story not to be told: The depiction of slavery in American novels, 1875--2000
The relationship of low birth weight and current obesity to diabetes in African-American women
The role of parenting attitudes, depressive symptoms, maternal education, and social support in the relationship between economic hardship and parental socialization in singlemother, African American families
"And still we rise": A qualitative study of the strengths, challenges, and needs of African American fathers parenting children with special needs
Pathways between exposure to violence, maternal depression, family structure, and child outcomes through parenting: A multi-group analysis
The intersection of HIV infection with HIV/AIDS beliefs among African Americans
Racial differences in psychotic-like experiences: A study of schizotypy in African-Americans and Caucasians
(Re)mapping the Black Atlantic: Violence, affect, and subjectivity in contemporary Caribbean women's migration literature
Black/African American students' perceptions of mathematical success and mathematical success factors at a community college
Low-income African American fathers' contributions to toddlers' social and emotional development
Examining the status of equity in undergraduate enrollments for Black, Latino and low-income students at public four-year universities and flagship campuses
A narrative analysis of four African American women's work experiences across four diverse fields and the meaning constructed at the intersection of race and gender
An exploratory analysis of gender, kinscripts and the work of transnational kinship among Afro-Caribbean immigrant families
Educational plans beyond high school: Narratives of Black males' postsecondary decision-making processes
Racial choice at century's end in contemporary African American literature
Critical engagements: Adolescent African American girls & urban fiction
Romance, race and resistance in best-selling African American narrative
The relationships between high school sports participation, high school completion, and college enrollment for African-American males
"Don't believe the hype": The polemics of Hip Hop and the poetics of resistance and resilience in black girlhood
Peace, love, unity & having fun: Storying the life histories and pedagogical beliefs of African American male teachers from the Hip Hop generation
What is a black man without his paranoia?: Clinical depression and the politics of African American anxieties toward emotional vulnerability
White guilt: Race, gender, sexuality and emergent racisms in the contemporary United States
Embracing mathematics identity in an African-centered school: Construction and interaction of racial and mathematical student identities
The contributions of expectancy value theory and special education status to reading achievement of African American adolescents
What is the relationship between social support and achievement for students with and withouthout learning disabilities from Black and Latino backgrounds?
Parenting and college enrollment: The effects of parenting style and practices on college enrollment for Black, White and Hispanic children from different economic and family contexts
A study determining significant differences in TerraNova reading and math scores between eighth grade African and European American students
Lifting the voices of high-achieving, middle-class, African American students
Imagery matters: Exploring the representation(s) of African American male students in season four of "The Wire"
Countering the Master Narrative: The Development of the Alternative Black Curriculum in Social Studies, 1890--1940
Teacher competence support for reading in middle school
Factors related to college going self-efficacy among urban African American high school students
Black benefactors and white recipients: Counternarratives of benevolence in nineteenth-century American literature
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