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The Space of Africville: Creating, Regulating and Remembering the Urban ‘Slum’
  • J. Nelson
  • Political Science
  • Canadian journal of law and society
  • 1 August 2000
Résumé La communauté noire d'Africville, à Halifax en Nouvelle-Écosse, a été démantelée par la force durant les années 1960 en vertu d'un programme de «rénovation urbaine». Cela faisait longtemps queExpand
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Women of Color and the Reproductive Rights Movement
ContentsAcknowledgments Introduction: From Abortion to Reproductive Rights 1 "Let's hear it from the real experts": Feminism and the Early Abortion Rights Movement 2 "An act of valor for a woman needExpand
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Kinetic Evaluation of Cell Membrane Hydrolysis during Apoptosis by Human Isoforms of Secretory Phospholipase A2*
Some isoforms of secretory phospholipase A2 (sPLA2) distinguish between healthy and damaged or apoptotic cells. This distinction reflects differences in membrane physical properties. Because variousExpand
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Molecular details of membrane fluidity changes during apoptosis and relationship to phospholipase A(2) activity.
Secretory phospholipase A(2) exhibits much greater activity toward apoptotic versus healthy cells. Various plasma membrane changes responsible for this phenomenon have been proposed, includingExpand
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Aquatic prey switching and urban foraging by the White Ibis Eudocimus albus are determined by wetland hydrological conditions
Prey availability is known to limit reproduction of some species of nesting birds, but identifying the primary prey types of a species with a flexible diet can be challenging. For the White IbisExpand
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Women of Colour Living with Breast Cancer: The Search for Support
A few decades ago, the subject of breast cancer was largely taboo, considered to be a private health matter between awoman and her doctor, and possibly within her family. Over the last 20 to 30Expand
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"Abortions under Community Control": Feminism, Nationalism, and the Politics of Reproduction among New York City's Young Lords
This study of New York City's Young Lords reveals that a multiracial group of Puerto Ricans developed a unique radical politics during the early 1970s that encompassed both feminism and nationalism.Expand
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Geographic and Demographic Profiles of Morning Peak-Hour Commuters on Highways in North Metropolitan Atlanta, Georgia
During the summer of 2006, license plate data on morning peak-hour commuters were collected to assist with the creation of a potential participant pool for the congestion pricing phase of the CommuteExpand
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A SocioDemographic Analysis of Northeast Atlanta I-85 Peak-Period Commuters Likely to Be Affected by Implementation of Value Pricing Along the Corridor
In the summer of 2007, data on peak period travelers on Interstate 85 in Metropolitan Atlanta were collected to provide insight on commuter behavior and demographics in preparation for potentialExpand
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