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Reimagining equality : stories of gender, race, and finding home
    Hill, Anita.
Publisher: Beacon Press,
Pub date: 2011.
Pages: xxiv, 195 p. ;
ISBN: 9780807014370
Item info: 1 copy available at Corning - Southeast Steuben County Library.
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305.896 HIL 1 Adult Paperback NonFiction Book Standard shelving location
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Leader am a
key ocn699763803
Data source OCoLC
Fixed field data 110607s2011 mau b 001 0 eng
LCCN 2011020232
ISBN 9780807014370 : $25.95
ISBN 0807014370
Cataloging Source DLC DLC YDX BTCTA YDXCP ABG MOF
Authentication code pcc
Geographic Area Code n-us---
LC Call Number E185.86 .H655 2011
Dewey Decimal Classification Number 305.896/073 23
Personal Author Hill, Anita.
Title Reimagining equality : stories of gender, race, and finding home / Anita Hill.
Publication info Boston, Mass. : Beacon Press, 2011.
Physical description xxiv, 195 p. ; 24 cm.
Bibliography note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Home: survival and the land -- Belonging to the new land -- Gender and race at home in America -- Lorraine's vision: a better place to live -- Blame it on the sun -- Lessons from a survivor: Anjanette's story -- Home in crisis: Americans on the outside of the dream -- Home at last: toward an inclusive democracy.
Subject term African Americans--Social conditions.
Subject term African American women--Social conditions.
Subject term African Americans--Housing.
Subject term Home ownership.
Subject term Equality.
Subject term Nationalism.
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