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Ethnic theme housing at Berkeley and Cornell: A critical hermeneutic understanding of ethnic identity
African American parent groups as a context for the activation of social capital: A case of parent empowerment through transformational leadership
Experiences and perspectives of African American students and their parents in a Two-Way Spanish Immersion program
Students', teachers', and parents' perspectives of an African centered program: Ile Omode
African American children in an urban foster care system: Perceptions of disproportionality and demographics
Unkept promises: A critical analysis of hope disclosed in narratives of African American male youth living in group homes
Demystifying success: Critical reflections of African-American California community college students about factors leading to scholastic success during the first year
African American males' perceptions of factors that contribute to high school completion
Living positively: Narratives of forgiveness and imagination among women with HIV
African American college women in the San Francisco Bay Area: Perceptions of Cross's nigrescence model and potential leadership style
A critical inquiry into the perspectives of African Americans who consider themselves equal to other U.S. citizens
Examination of U.S. federal government equal employment opportunity discrimination complaints: What happens when historically marginalized groups file complaints against their employers?
African American entrepreneurship: Narratives of Fresno County, California, African American entrepreneurs
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