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Additional Resources for Climbing by Lucille Clifton

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Brown, Fahamisha Patricia, Performing the Word: African- American Poetry as Vernacular Culture, Rutgers University Press, 1999.

Poet and theorist Brown explores how poetry is a crucial
agent for transmitting and preserving African-
American vernacular culture.

Castells, Manuel, End of Millennium, Blackwell Publishers, 1998.

Castells details the social trends of the 1990s that are
changing the way people think about themselves and
one another. He describes the collapse of the Soviet
Union, the rise of "informational capitalism," and the
increasing growth of a "Fourth World," arguing that
the moral order of the world is rapidly being redrawn.




hooks, bell, Feminism Is for Everybody: Passionate Politics, South End Press, 2000.

With accessible and concise language, hooks chronicles
the feminist movement and explains how and
why feminism struggles against patriarchal cultures.
This is a passionate study that aims at unearthing the
roots of gender oppression without gender bashing.



Roberts, Dorothy, Killing the Black Body...

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