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Trouble Don't Last Always: Emancipatory Hope Among African American Adolescents

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Trouble Don't Last Always: Emancipatory Hope Among African American Adolescents - Parker, Evelyn L
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"Racism will never end." "Drug dealing and gang banging will never stop." "I hope for God to come and take us away from all this because if things go on the way they are, there's not much hope for humankind." These are some of the comments from twenty African American teenagers coming of age in Chicago at the close of the 20th century. These comments raise challenging questions: - What expectations do African American youth hold concerning racial injustice? - What expectations do black youth hold about other issues ...

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Trouble Don't Last Always: Emancipatory Hope Among African American Adolescents 2003, Pilgrim Press

ISBN-13: 9780829815405

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