Social Justice, Visionary, and Career Project: The Discourses of Black Women Leaders at Black Colleges

@inproceedings{JeanMarie2008SocialJV,
  title={Social Justice, Visionary, and Career Project: The Discourses of Black Women Leaders at Black Colleges},
  author={Gaetane Jean-Marie},
  year={2008}
}
Throughout the history of African Americans, Black women have played an integral role in the social movement for equal educational opportunity for people of color. In their personal quest for an education, they were susceptible to interlocking systems of sexism and racism that permeated public and higher education. For many Black women, their coming of age was inextricably linked to the larger changing consciousness of African Americans who challenged the existing social order in new ways… Expand
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