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Spring 2006 Grant Recipients

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Clemente Abrokwaa

“Gender and Science in Ghana's Senior Secondary Schools”

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Chris Benner

“International Outsourcing and New Forms of eWork:  An Economic Boom for Africa?”

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Nathaniel Frederick

“The Golden Age of Social Protest:  An Oral History of African-American Gospel Artists Who Used Music and Performance as a Means of Social Protest”

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Tamika Gilreath

“Multiple Context Assessment of Suicidal Ideation, Depression and Substance Use Among African American Adolescents”

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Ronald Jackson

“Investigating the Influence of Identity and Message Framing on Decisions About Prostate Cancer Screening Among African American Males”

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Matthew Kelly

“Neighborhood Scale Cultural Census of West Philadelphia”

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Samuel Muses

“Understanding Minority Students' Perceptions of Campus Culture at a Predominantly White Institution”

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Iyunolu Osagie

“Contemporary Slavery and its Rhetorical Present”

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James Rolling

“Cinderella Story:  Diagramming the Reinterpretation of African American Identity Stigmata Through Autoethnography and Visual Culture Archaeology”

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Felicia Sanders

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“Multicultural Education:  A Possible Solution to Increasing the Academic Achievement of Black Youth”

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Annemijn Van Gorp

“The Shaping of the Southern African Mobile Telecommunications Market:  SADC as a Mechanism for Driving Regional Development”

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Paul Youngquist

“Black Romanticism”