Against the Current: Collective works on State Violence, identity and Resistance

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"What is an Education?: An examination of the education system’s effect on the education of black children, between the late 1950’s and early 1970’s"
by Morgan Taylor

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"The Layers of Our Existence: A Mini Exhibition on the Voices of Women of Color at Penn"
by Brianna Vizcaino


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“Philadelphia Assembled.” Philadelphia Museum of Art, 9 Sept 2017, www.philamuseum.orh/exhibitions/854.html            

Richie, Beth E. and Clark and Beverly Guy-Sheftall, “Battered Black Women: A Challenge for the Black Community.” Words of Fire- An Anthology of African American Thought, The New Press, 1995, pp. 398-404




 

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