1. Mourning in America: A Black Mother’s Blues Song for the mothers of Tamir Rice & Tyre King
  2. Karsonya Wise Whitehead
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  1. Lessons in Transgression: #BlackGirlsMatter and the Feminist Classroom
  2. Stephanie Troutman, Ileana Jiménez
  3. pp. 7-39
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  1. Black Feminism and Critical Media Literacy: Moving from the Margin to the Center
  2. Ashley N. Patterson, Arianna Howard, Valerie Kinloch
  3. pp. 40-64
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  1. Techno-Social Change Agents: Fostering Activist Dispositions Among Girls of Color
  2. Kimberly A. Scott, Patricia Garcia
  3. pp. 65-85
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  1. A Transnational Black Feminist Framework: Rooting in Feminist Scholarship, Framing Contemporary Black Activism
  2. Kia M. Q. Hall
  3. pp. 86-105
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  1. From Slavery to Jane Crow to Say Her Name: An Intersectional Examination of Black Women and Punishment
  2. Nishaun T. Battle
  3. pp. 109-136
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  1. On Forbidden Wombs and Transnational Reproductive Justice
  2. Jallicia Jolly
  3. pp. 166-188
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  1. The Slow Poisoning of Black Bodies: A Lesson in Environmental Racism and Hidden Violence
  2. Rita Turner
  3. pp. 189-204
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  1. #WhenIFellInLoveWithMyself: Disrupting the Gaze and Loving Our Black Womanist Self As an Act of Political Warfare
  2. Jameta N. Barlow
  3. pp. 205-217
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  1. Signifying, Narrativizing, and Repetition: Radical Approaches to Theorizing African American Language
  2. Bonnie J. Williams-Farrier
  3. pp. 218-242
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  1. A Black Feminist Interpretation: Reading Life, Pedagogy, and Emilie
  2. Conra D. Gist
  3. pp. 245-289
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  1. Afterword: How I Use #BlackLivesMatter as an Entry Point and a Disruption Tool
  2. Regina N. Bradley
  3. pp. 290-299
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  1. 90 poems I didn’t write for you for Jasmine Richards
  2. Alexis Pauline Gumbs
  3. pp. 300-305
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  1. Rethinking Meridians: As a Critical Knowledge Project, a Pedagogical Offering, and a Black Feminist Quilted Narrative1
  2. Karsonya Wise Whitehead
  3. pp. VII-XVII
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