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100 1  Myers, Lena Wright. 
245 12 A broken silence :|bvoices of African American women in 
       the academy /|cLena Wright Myers. 
260    Westport, Conn. :|bBergin & Garvey,|c2002. 
300    1 online resource (x, 127 pages) 
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504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 115-122) and 
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520    Ground-breaking for readers concerned with the dynamics of
       privilege, power, and inequality in contemporary America. 
       This book addresses the interlocking systems of race and 
       gender in institutions of higher education in America. The
       study is based on empirical data from African American 
       women of various disciplines in faculty and administrative
       positions at traditionally white colleges and 
       universities. It focuses primarily on narratives of the 
       women in terms of how they are affected by racism, as well
       as sexism as they perform their duties in their academic 
       environments. The findings suggest that a common thread 
       exists relative to the experiences of the women. The book 
       challenges and dispels the myth that Black progress has 
       led to equality for African American women in the academy.
       The results of this study make it even more critical that 
       the voices of African American women be heard and their 
       experiences in the academy be expressed. This may be one 
       way to inform academic and lay readers that racism and 
       sexism are not dead. 
533    Electronic reproduction.|b[S.l.] :|cHathiTrust Digital 
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650  0 African American women college teachers. 
650  0 Discrimination in higher education. 
655  4 Electronic books. 
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