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What Don't Kill Us Makes Us Stronger: African American Women and Suicide

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by Kamesha Spates
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What Don't Kill Us Makes Us Stronger: African American Women and Suicide by Kamesha Spates

A close look at black women's physical, mental, and social circumstances reveals harmful social disparities. Yet, for decades, black women's suicide rates have remained virtually nonexistent compared to the rest of the American population, baffling social scientists. In this book, black women speak for themselves about their life struggles and their notions of suicide. Within a framework that explores racial and gender inequalities, Spates uses interviews to uncover reasons for the racial suicide paradox. Her analysis offers a deeper understanding of the positive life strategies, including family and faith, that underlie black women's resilience.

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Size: 887 KB
Publisher: Paradigm Publishers
Date published:   2014
ISBN: 9781317249269 (EPUB)
9781317249276 (PDF)

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