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Expanding Intersectionality: Fictive Kinship Networks As Supports For The Educational Aspirations Of Black Women, Daniella Ann Cook, Tiffany J. Williams Jun 2015

Expanding Intersectionality: Fictive Kinship Networks As Supports For The Educational Aspirations Of Black Women, Daniella Ann Cook, Tiffany J. Williams

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In this article, we use the concepts o f fictive kinship networks (Cook, 2011; Fordham, 1996; Stack, 1974) and intersectionality (Crenshaw, 1991) to explore the deeply embedded attitudes found in certain religious doctrine about the value o f education for Black females and how these beliefs shape the educational aspirations o f Black females. Especially for Black women from more conservative, religious backgrounds, we identify fictive kinship networks as important to creating the vital emotional, spiritual and intellectual spaces necessary to imagine and explore educational possibilities. As an important protective factor, a fundamental function of fictive kin relationships is the ...


Exploring The Validity Of Established Lesbian, Gay, And Bisexual Stage Models Of Sexual Identity Development: A Grounded Theory Study Of Women And Ethnic Minority Men., Omar Ali Shabaaz Troutman Aug 2014

Exploring The Validity Of Established Lesbian, Gay, And Bisexual Stage Models Of Sexual Identity Development: A Grounded Theory Study Of Women And Ethnic Minority Men., Omar Ali Shabaaz Troutman

Theses and Dissertations

The purpose of this study was to develop a foundational understanding of how women and ethnic minority men come to espouse a lesbian, gay, or bisexual identity in an effort to develop a coherent theory. While stage models of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender identity currently exist, their validity with the female and ethnic minority male populations was called into question. A grounded theory approach was used with participants from the southeastern United States who identify as lesbian, gay, or bisexual. Three main patterns emerged: Recognition and Progression of Identity Endorsement; Barriers to Identity Endorsement; and Rejection of Categorical Labels ...


Under The Dome - April 1997, Mckissick Museum--University Of South Carolina Apr 1997

Under The Dome - April 1997, Mckissick Museum--University Of South Carolina

Under the Dome, McKissick Museum Newsletter

Contents:

Going Public: Women of Color Piece a Past to the Present for the Future.....p. 1
USC Showcase.....p. 1
McKissick Mornings: Summer Programs for Young People.....p. 2
Plans for Fall Folklife Festival Underway.....p. 3
The Annual Student Art Exhibition.....p. 3
Southern Food in the Spotlight.....p. 3
With a Little Help from Our Friends.....p. 3
Sotheby's to Return.....p. 3
Calendar.....p. 4
Exhibitions.....p. 4


Under The Dome - January 1993, Mckissick Museum--University Of South Carolina Jan 1993

Under The Dome - January 1993, Mckissick Museum--University Of South Carolina

Under the Dome, McKissick Museum Newsletter

Contents:

Cover.....p. 1
Quilts and Communities.....p. 2
Annual Student Art Exhibition.....p. 2
Annual MFA Exhibition.....p. 3
34th Springs Traveling Art Show.....p. 3
Put Some Spring in Your Step With McKissick's Weekend Programs.....p. 4
Recognizing the Contributions of Women in South Carolina.....p. 4
Moonpies and Magnolias: The Southern Experience on Film.....p. 5
From Deep Roots to New Ground: The Gullah Landscapes of Jonathan Green.....p. 6
Important Old-Time Music Collection Donated to McKissick Museum.....p. 8
McKissick Initiates Major Research Project on the Southern Craft Revival.....p. 8
Last Call for London ...


Under The Dome - September 1991, Mckissick Museum--University Of South Carolina Sep 1991

Under The Dome - September 1991, Mckissick Museum--University Of South Carolina

Under the Dome, McKissick Museum Newsletter

Contents:

Cover.....p. 1
British Watercolors from the West Foundation.....p. 2
Building It Right at the South Carolina State Fair .....p. 2
A Class Act: Secrets of Naming and Sorting.....p. 3
Robert Courtright: Masks and Collages.....p. 3
A Reason to Celebrate.....p. 4
Women Between the Wars.....p. 4
Teacher Workshop a Success!.....p. 4
Fall - a Season of Adventure.....p. 5
The Name Game.....p. 5
Champagne and Chocolate!.....p. 6
Traditional Music at State Fair.....p. 8
McKissick Takes On A New Look!.....p. 9
Initiatives Ending.....p. 9
The Year to Donate!.....p. 9 ...