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American Dream Deferred: Black Federal Workers in Washington, D.C., 1941-1981
This study explores the history of black workers in Washington, D.C.’s federal sector from World War II (WWII) to the early 1980s. Many blacks viewed government employment as a welcome alternative toExpand
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Think Global, Act Local: How underground hip-hop gets down down Under
This article explicitly focuses upon the relationship Aboriginal Australia has with hip-hop culture. Hip-hop has become not only a tool for larger identity formation for Aboriginal Australians, butExpand
“Can I Get in on the Joke, Too?”: Analysing Racial Humor within the Public/Private Realm of the Internet
This chapter explores the ramifications of having race-based “dirty laundry” aired through humor, without necessarily being dirty jokes. Not only is the United States of America reputed to be a “freeExpand