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African American Females' Voices in the Classroom: Young Sisters Making Connections through Literature
Examines the reading experiences of six African-American middle school girls. Finds that their book selection processes were different than those proposed by the professional multicultural education literature; they found affirmations, support, solutions, and decision-making skills in their reading; and that what mattered were the connections the girls were making to those characters. (SR)
Author/Creator: Davis, Rachel T.
Date Published: Sum
Journal/Secondary Title: New Advocate
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