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Our Souls To Keep: From Surface to Deep in Literary Representations Regarding Race
Presents literary reviews that reveal deeper issues to consider when exploring beyond the surface and reflecting on the racial schisms pervading the United States. The literature examines: a conference on the relationship of education and African American self-concept; the role of black mothers in raising their sons; slave novels; a critical review of speaking; and the Ebonics debate in education. (SM)
Contributor: Huber, Tonya, Anderson, Peggy, Baergen, Julie Franklin, Bakken, Linda, Crumpler, Thomas P., Van Boening, Matt F.
Date Published: Sum
Journal/Secondary Title: Multicultural Education
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