Objects & Places from All Our Kin: Strategies for Survival in a Black Community

Carol B. Stack
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The Flats

This is a poor, black community where the author conducted her study.

Jackson Harbor

This is the city where the study was conducted.

Chicago

This is the closest big city to the location of the study.

AFDC

This is the type of welfare that poor families received.

Racism

This is the primary issue between black people and white people.

Kin

These are people who are related through blood or marriage.

Swapping

This is how people trade items back and forth.

Child-Keeping

This is being raised by someone who is not your biological mother.

Double Consciousness

This is the internal conflict a black person has regarding being both black and an American.

The Great Migration

This was the event where a large amount of blacks relocated from the south to the north after the Civil War.

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