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Voices of the Earth: A Phenomenological Study of Women in the Nation of Gods and Earths

@inproceedings{KeilerBradshaw2010VoicesOT,
  title={Voices of the Earth: A Phenomenological Study of Women in the Nation of Gods and Earths},
  author={Ahmon J. Keiler-Bradshaw},
  year={2010}
}
Historically, Black women have often been excluded from the discussion on leadership. This thesis argues that the leadership roles of the women in the Nation of Gods and Earths are consistent with the concepts of both Africana womanism and Black women’s leadership. However, through an analysis of Earth’s oral testimonies, this research concludes that though racism is the most pervading obstacle faced by Black people, The Nation of Gods and Earths must address and reevaluate the sexism that… 
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