African American Women (Edited Series)

African American Women face a variety of issues in the academy, community and society. The strength of this group often lies in sisterhood as to many the saying “you are your sister’s keeper” rings true. This series addresses the concerns of African American Women at the micro, mezzo and macro levels that can be used as the foundation to develop policies and intervention strategies assist on their journey. Theoretical perspectives and practices are also explored that have impacted African American women related to their individual and collective experiences. Also, the literature provides a clear understanding of the intersectionality of being Black and a Woman.

Series Editor: Charnetta Gadling-Cole, PhD, MSW
Just 4 Me Consultants, President

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