|List of figures and tables||viii|
|Foreword by Geneva Smitherman||ix|
|Introduction: don't we still have to prove our humanity? ||1|
|1 Literacy, language, composition, rhetoric and (not) the African American student: sick and tired of being sick and tired ||6|
|2 The literacies of African American-centered rhetoric and composition: freestylin' or lookin' for a style that's free ||31|
|3 “To protect and serve”: African American female literacies ||73|
|4 African American-centered rhetoric, composition, and literacy: theory and research ||95|
|5 Composition in a fifth key: rhetorics and discourses in an African American-centered writing classroom ||114|
|6 Dukin' it out with “the powers that be”: centering African American-centered studies and students in the traditional curriculum ||140|
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Book title: African American Literacies.
Contributors: Elaine Richardson - Author.
Place of publication: New York.
Publication year: 2003.
Page number: vii.
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