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Oral Histories of the Nyacks: Race, Gender, and Community-Building
     

Oral Histories of the Nyacks: Race, Gender, and Community-Building

by Lori Burns Martin
 
Women often play critical roles in the formation, growth, peristence, and transformation of communities, especially black communities. The oral histories of Laura, Edith, Maria, Zandria, Miriam and Rachel, provide insight into the role of race and gender on community-building for Nyack and beyond. By reading the histories of these Nyack residents we see the important

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Women often play critical roles in the formation, growth, peristence, and transformation of communities, especially black communities. The oral histories of Laura, Edith, Maria, Zandria, Miriam and Rachel, provide insight into the role of race and gender on community-building for Nyack and beyond. By reading the histories of these Nyack residents we see the important role that women have played in the black community. Learn more about these powerful women in this special edition which includes a bonus interview with a long time Nyack resident named, Domingo. Enjoy!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781257687121
Publisher:
Lulu.com
Publication date:
09/14/2011
Sold by:
LULU PRESS
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
3 MB

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