“Homeplace (a site of resistance)” (1990). hooks , b. In Ritchie, J. & Ronald, K., editors, Available Means, of An Anthology of Women's Rhetoric(s), pages 383–390. University of Pittsburgh Press, 2001. ZSCC: NoCitationData[s0]
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When I was a young girl the journey across town to my grandmother’s house was one of the most intriguing experiences. Mama did not like to stay there long. She did not care for all that loud talk, the talk that was usually about the old days, the way life happened then—who married whom, how and when somebody died, but also how we lived and survived as black people, how the white folks treated us. I remember this journey not just because of the stories I would hear. It was a movement away from the segregated blackness of our community
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	abstract = {When I was a young girl the journey across town to my grandmother’s house was one of the most intriguing experiences. Mama did not like to stay there long. She did not care for all that loud talk, the talk that was usually about the old days, the way life happened then—who married whom, how and when somebody died, but also how we lived and survived as black people, how the white folks treated us. I remember this journey not just because of the stories I would hear. It was a movement away from the segregated blackness of our community},
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