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"This “exclusionary politics of protection” however, undergirded African American struggles for civil rights and equity throughout the 20th century. And, quite significantly, black girlhood is nothing less than central to understanding race, gender, and black activism in the 20th century. Girls simultaneously served as symbols representing the hopes and possibilities of race progress, and as actors in the quest for black freedom. ..." – By Miya Carey
"There has been considerable controversy about the definition of pandemic and the recognition of it when it occurs. Inconsistent use of the term among official health agencies, scientists, and the media in capturing a level of explosive transmissibility and severity of infection often calls for debates and discussion..." – By Sangeun Lee
In August 2021, 230 new full articles, 9 new summary articles, and 39 revised articles across 25 disciplines have been published on the Oxford Research Encyclopedias platform.
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