Educating Black doctors: a history of Meharry Medical College
"[This is] a solid book, often inspiring, and one which widens our understanding of many areas, including medicine, foundations, Southern blacks, and federal-state relations." -"Journal of the History of Medicine"
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Ethnography and Qualitative Design in Educational Research
Margaret D. Le Compte,Judith Preissle,Renata Tesch
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An OftTold Tale
A Most Dangerous Inheritance
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