Children’s Books for Black History MonthChildren’s Books for Black History Month
Adedjouma, D. (Ed.) (2003). Palm of my heart: Poetry of African American children. New York: Lee & Low Books, Inc. Honest, wise, and inspiring, each of the twenty poems in this dazzling collection resounds with the unique rhythms of life
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The Rape of Hagar And God’s Ambivalence: a feminist/Womanist Criticism of Genesis 16The Rape of Hagar And God’s Ambivalence: a feminist/Womanist Criticism of Genesis 16
She is praised because her story teaches contemporary women, white and black, to connect sexism, racism, and classism. The Hagar-Sarah story provides significant insights to feminist and womanist discussion in regard to issues of patriarchy
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Talking-drumTalking-drum
It is called “Gongon” by its originators, the Yoruba people of South-Western Nigeria. Its sounds can be heard as far as 20-100 miles away
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Kevin Wheeler Research Advisor: Derik Smith, Ph dKevin Wheeler Research Advisor: Derik Smith, Ph d
This is a fear that stems from a combination of racism and the jazzy tendency to threaten comfortable conventions. In Mumbo Jumbo Reed employs an aesthetic that is arguably “jazzy
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A collection of current Essays, Articles, Events and Information Impacting our community and our cultureA collection of current Essays, Articles, Events and Information Impacting our community and our culture
Service is the rent we pay for living. It is the very purpose of life and not something you do in your spare time. Education is improving the lives of others and leaving your community and world better than you found it
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A radio Station In Your Hands Is Worth 500 Channels of Mush! The Role of Community Radio in the StruggleA radio Station In Your Hands Is Worth 500 Channels of Mush! The Role of Community Radio in the Struggle
We will conclude by reexamining the future outlook for lpfm amidst the changing corporate, governmental and digital landscape
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Everybody goes downEverybody goes down
Ray Gibbs, Jr., for his customary insightful comments and suggestions on earlier versions of the manuscript, and to Aybuke Feliz
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