On the Move: a Black Family's Western Saga
Title On the Move: a Black Family's Western Saga PDF eBook
Author S. Rudolph Martin
Publisher Texas A&M University Press
Pages 195
Release 2009-02-10
Genre Biography & Autobiography
ISBN 1603443541

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"Yet it is less Martin's own personal history than that of his family - both paternal and maternal - that makes this narrative vital for those who would understand the African American experience west of the Mississippi. After avid genealogical research and the generous memory-sharing of relatives, Martin has crafted the story of his forebears from Emancipation to their exodus from the South and Texas - begun even before the great black migrations that occurred around the two world wars. As Martin explains it, he and his brother "arrived on the scene at the confluence of these family streams in time to catch a ride to the shining sea."" "Martin reveals his family's struggles and triumphs as they embrace their new life in the western united States. Students, scholars, and interested general readers of modern African American history and sociology will be greatly rewarded by reading this warm and vivid personal and family memoir."--Jacket.



Black Georgetown Remembered
Title Black Georgetown Remembered PDF eBook
Author Kathleen M. Lesko
Publisher Georgetown University Press
Pages 233
Release 2016
Genre African Americans
ISBN 162616326X

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Black Georgetown Remembered is a compelling journey through more than two hundred years of history. A one-of-a-kind book, it invites readers to consider how the unique heritage of this neighborhood intersects and contributes to broader themes in African American and Washington, DC, history and urban studies. -- "Washington Post Book World"



Black Families
Title Black Families PDF eBook
Author Harriette Pipes McAdoo
Publisher SAGE
Pages 384
Release 2007
Genre Family & Relationships
ISBN 1412936373

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How East New York Became a Ghetto
Title How East New York Became a Ghetto PDF eBook
Author Walter Thabit
Publisher NYU Press
Pages 320
Release 2003
Genre History
ISBN 0814782671

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"How East New York Became a Ghetto describes the shift of East New York from a working-class immigrant neighborhood to a largely black and Puerto Rican one, and shows how a series of racially biased policies caused the deterioration of this once flourishing area. How East New York Became a Ghetto provides insights into the nature of the urban experience."--BOOK JACKET.



Handbook of Research on Family Literacy Practices and Home-School Connections
Title Handbook of Research on Family Literacy Practices and Home-School Connections PDF eBook
Author Fox, Kathy R.
Publisher IGI Global
Pages 379
Release 2022-06-24
Genre Education
ISBN 1668445700

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Research has shown that families and schools that partner together improve literacy outcomes for their students. Family literacy includes homework and shared book reading but goes beyond these school-to-home activities to encompass family-generated practices. These literacies include family connections around activities such as cooking, play, religion, social, and community groups. Further study on the importance of the partnership between the home and school is required to implement best practices and provide students with the best possible education. The Handbook of Research on Family Literacy Practices and Home-School Connections seeks to understand the connections made and new information learned during the COVID-19 pandemic surrounding family literacy and shares updated practices and new perspectives on what it means to partner with families and embrace diverse family literacies in this new world. The book also provides teachersÂ’ perspectives on how future relationships between the school and home can be shaped through both narrative and research-based chapters. Covering key topics such as parenting, homework, and social distancing, this major reference work is ideal for administrators, school faculty, academicians, scholars, practitioners, instructors, and students.



Harry Potter
Title Harry Potter PDF eBook
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Pages 1011
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White Terror
Title White Terror PDF eBook
Author Russell Meeuf
Publisher Indiana University Press
Pages 227
Release 2022-04-05
Genre Art
ISBN 0253060397

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What kinds of terror lurk beneath the surface of White respectability? Many of the top-grossing US horror films between 2008 and 2016 relied heavily on themes of White, patriarchal fear and fragility: outsiders disrupting the sanctity of the almost always White family, evil forces or transgressive ideas transforming loved ones, and children dying when White women eschew traditional maternal roles. Horror film has a long history of radical, political commentary, and Russell Meeuf reveals how racial resentments represented specifically in horror films produced during the Obama era gave rise to the Trump presidency and the Make America Great Again movement. Featuring films such as The Conjuring and Don't Breathe, White Terror explores how motifs of home invasion, exorcism, possession, and hauntings mirror cultural debates around White masculinity, class, religion, socioeconomics, and more. In the vein of Jordan Peele, White Terror exposes how White mainstream fear affects the horror film industry, which in turn cashes in on that fear and draws voters to candidates like Trump.