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    Dear Beautiful:: A Self-Empowerment Book for Black Women (Volume 1)
    by Gail L. Thompson Ph.D.
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    by Gail L. Thompson, Rufus Thompson
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    by Gail L. Thompson
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    by Dr. Gail Thompson
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    African American Teens Discuss Their Schooling Experiences
    by Gail L Thompson, Greenwood
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    What African American Parents Want Educators to Know
    by Gail L. Thompson
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Episode 003 - Do I Look Like a Criminal to You?  12/15/2018

In “Do I Look Like a Criminal to You?”I talk about the  destructive effects of negative stereotypes about various hair textures, and hairstyles, such as Afros, braids, and dreadlocks, as well as my own experiences with hair-related racial profiling.

Stephen Thompson's music can be found at his website, http://www.aaronnimbus.com, ITunes, YouTube, Amazon, etc..


Podcast 003 - Do I Look Like a Criminal to You? 12/15/2018

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