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"INVISIBLE" DISCRIMINATION: DIVERGENT OUTCOMES FOR THE NONPROTOTYPICALITY OF BLACK WOMEN.

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Source(s): Academy of Management Journal. Jun2022, Vol. 65 Issue 3, p784-812. 29p. 3 Diagrams, 3 Charts.

Abstract: By integrating the intersectional invisibility hypothesis with the behaviors from intergroup affect and stereotypes map framework, we examine the extent to which Black women's dual-subordinated identities render them nonprototypical victims of discrimi...

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Pregnant Black Women and Emergency Department Utilization: Assessing Self-Reported Receipt of Prenatal Counseling.

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Source(s): Western journal of nursing research [West J Nurs Res] 2022 Jan; Vol. 44 (1), pp. 42-49. Date of Electronic Publication: 2021 Sep 15.

Abstract: There is limited literature on emergency department (ED) use among pregnant women. In this article, we examined the associations between prenatal counseling with the use of the ED during pregnancy. In our cohort of Black women in the Metro Detroit area...

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Black Women in White Institutional Spaces: The Invisible Labor Clause and The Inclusion Tax.

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Source(s): American Behavioral Scientist. Oct2022, Vol. 66 Issue 11, p1512-1525. 14p.

Abstract: The dual pandemics brought on by COVID-19 and racial violence has played a significant role in uncovering how systemic racism is deeply entrenched within white spaces in America. This article examines the experiences of Black women lawyers in elite law...

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Retrospectives: Sadie T.M. Alexander: Black Women and a "Taste of Freedom in the Economic World".

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Source(s): Journal of Economic Perspectives. Fall2022, Vol. 36 Issue 4, p205-220. 16p.

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Abstract: The employment history of African American women is notable because of their higher labor force participation rates compared to other women in the US. This essay discusses Sadie T.M. Alexander's analysis of Black women and work based on her 1930s speec...

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