Readers of the Quilt Essays on Being Black, Female, and Literate
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Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: Hampton Press, Incorporated
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
|Literacy and the black woman||p. 15|
|Black and on welfare : what you don't know about single-parent women||p. 27|
|Unearthing hidden literacy : seven lessons I learned in a cotton field||p. 37|
|Voice of our foremothers : celebrating the legacy of African-American women educators : a personal dedication||p. 49|
|Lessons from down under : reflections on meanings of literacy and knowledge from an African-American female growing up in rural Alabama||p. 57|
|Transformative college literacy of literate black women peer counselors||p. 69|
|Black women/black literature||p. 87|
|Teachers as leaders in urban education : testimonies of transformation||p. 97|
|Storytelling and literacy||p. 119|
|Women and literacy in Alice Walker's The color purple||p. 137|
|Dysfunctional literacies of exclusion : an exploration of the burdens of literacy in Tsitsi Dangarembga's Nervous conditions||p. 147|
|Reel women : black women and literacy in feature films||p. 163|
|To be black female and literate : a personal journey in education and alienation||p. 183|
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