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African American Families: Historical and Contemporary Forces Shaping Family Life and Studies

  • Amnda Moras
  • Constance Shehan
  • Felix M. Berardo
Part of the Handbooks of Sociology and Social Research book series (HSSR)

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Black Woman Census Bureau African American Community African American Family Black Family 
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  • Amnda Moras
  • Constance Shehan
  • Felix M. Berardo

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