Julia S. Jordan-Zachery

Julia S. Jordan-Zachery is a professor and chair in the Africana Studies Department at University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Her interdisciplinary research focuses on African American women and public policy. She is also the author of the award-winning book Black Women, Cultural Images, and Social Policy and Shadow Bodies: Black Women, Ideology, Representation, and Politics. Jordan-Zachery currently serves as the president of the Association for Ethnic Studies.
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Black Girl Magic Beyond the Hashtag

Black Girl Magic Beyond the Hashtag

Twenty-First-Century Acts of Self-Definition

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