American Journal of

Health Studies


Volume 17.2

Special Issue:  The Health of Women of Color

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  Introduction;  Patricia Rodney (Special Editor)

  An Open Letter to My Sisters:  Why Don't We Get Help for Depression;  Sandra Maass-Robinson

  African-American Women's Perceptions of the Role of Genetics in Breast Cancer;  Veronica J. Duncan, Roxanne L. Parrott, and Kami J. Silk

  Women's Health Research at Historically Black Colleges & Universities;  Brenda D. Hayes and Leslie Boone

  Promoting Early Breast Cancer Screening:  Strategies with Rural African American Women;  Mary P. Williams, Larry Brown, Carole E. Hill, and Deborah Schwartz

  How Informative on Medical Conditions and their Treatment are Black-Oriented Magazines Compared to White-Oriented Magazines?;  Shakoora Omonuwa and DiAnne Bradford

  The "Sistersong Collective":  Women of Color, Reproductive Health and Human Rights;  Loretta J. Ross, Sarah L. Brownlee, Dazon Dixon Diallo, Luz Rodriquez, and Latina Roundtable

  How African-American Gay Activists in the Rural South Found Community Support;  Darlene Hudson and Rev. William Robinson

  REACH 2010:  A Unique Opportunity to Create Strategies to Eliminate Health Disparities Among Women of Color;  Imani Ma'at, Mona Fouad, Dorcas Grigg-Saito, Sidney L. Liang, Kenyia McLaren, James W. Pichert, Linda Diamond Shapiro, and Adewale Troutman

  Spirituality and Sexuality:  A Program for Women in Recovery;  June Dobbs Butts

  Volume 17.2, CHES Review Activity for Continuing Education Contact Hours


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