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Published October, 2022
By Gwendolyn L. Wright, Lucas Hubbard and William A. Darity
Publisher: Duke University Press
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Published October, 2022
By Gwendolyn L. Wright, Lucas Hubbard and William A. Darity
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Published September, 2022
By Alexandra Juhasz and Theodore Kerr
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Published September, 2022
By Alexandra Juhasz and Theodore Kerr
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Published August, 2022
By Suzanne Gordon, Jasper Craven and Steve Early
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In Our Veterans, Suzanne Gordon, Steve Early, and Jasper Craven explore the physical, emotional, social, economic, and psychological impact of military service and the problems that veterans face when they return to civilian life.

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Published August, 2022
By Suzanne Gordon, Jasper Craven and Steve Early
Publisher: Duke University Press
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In Our Veterans, Suzanne Gordon, Steve Early, and Jasper Craven explore the physical, emotional, social, economic, and psychological impact of military service and the problems that veterans face when they return to civilian life.

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Published February, 2022
By Nicole Charles
Publisher: Duke University Press
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Nicole Charles frames the refusal of Afro-Barbadians to immunize their daughters with the HPV vaccine as suspicion, showing that this suspicion is based in concrete histories of government mistrust and coercive medical practices on colonized peoples.

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Published February, 2022
By Nicole Charles
Publisher: Duke University Press
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Nicole Charles frames the refusal of Afro-Barbadians to immunize their daughters with the HPV vaccine as suspicion, showing that this suspicion is based in concrete histories of government mistrust and coercive medical practices on colonized peoples.

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Published November, 2021
By Julia Lynch and Sarah E. Gollust
Publisher: Duke University Press
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Published August, 2021
By Jonathan Oberlander
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