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Bell Hooks - Indeed much of the literature written about black folks in the post-civil rights era emphasized the need for jobs. Material advancement was deemed the pressing agenda. Mental health concerns were not a high priority. - From (2003) Rock My Soul
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    Bell Hooks
    American author, professor, feminist (born G.J.Watkins) 1952-
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    Indeed much of the literature written about black folks in the post-civil rights era emphasized the need for jobs. Material advancement was deemed the pressing agenda. Mental health concerns were not a high priority. - From (2003) Rock My Soul
Indeed much of the literature written about black folks in the post-civil rights era emphasized the need for jobs. Material advancement was deemed the pressing agenda. Mental health concerns were not a high priority. - From (2003) Rock My Soul by: Bell Hooks
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Indeed much of the literature written about black folks in the post-civil rights era emphasized the need for jobs. Material advancement was deemed the pressing agenda. Mental health concerns were not a high priority. - From (2003) Rock My Soul
- Bell Hooks
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