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Issue Title
 
No 13 (2008): Creative Works Daughters of the Earth Abstract
Jane Musoke Nteyafas
 
2013: Issues of Our Time - A Travesty of Justice: Recovering Nafissatou Diallo Decision: Immunity and Denial of Motion for Dismissal, May 1, 2012, Index No. 307065/11 Abstract
New York State Criminal Court
 
No 5 (2004): Motherhood (Part 2) Delayed Motherhood: A Case Study Abstract
Sharon Bryant
 
2013: Issues of Our Time - A Travesty of Justice: Recovering Nafissatou Diallo Deportable Offense Abstract
United States Code
 
No 14 (2009): Struck By Lightening: The Transdiasporan Phenomenon of Skin Bleaching Dermatologists to Oppose FDA on Plan to Ban Skin Lighteners Abstract
Sally Kalson
 
Vol 1, No 1 (2001): Premiere Issue of JENdA Did Someone Die for Those Diamonds? Abstract
Amnesty USA
 
No 23 (2013): Motherhood Studies in Africana Studies Dimensions of African Motherhood Abstract
Achola O. Pala
 
No 5 (2004): Motherhood (Part 2) Discourses of Motherhood among a Group of South African Mothers Abstract
Lisa Jeannes, Tamara Shefer
 
No 16 (2010) Dismantling Female Solidarity in Mariama Bâ’s Scarlet Song Abstract
Lori Beth De Hertogh
 
No 14 (2009): Struck By Lightening: The Transdiasporan Phenomenon of Skin Bleaching Do You Love Us Now? Abstract
Yvna Augustin
 
No 27 (2015): Land Rights, Religion, Culture and Music Does the Law Work in Their Favor? The Complexity of Land Rights of Women Living in Polygamous Relationships in Rwanda Abstract
Jeannette Bayisenge
 
2013: Issues of Our Time - A Travesty of Justice: Recovering Nafissatou Diallo Dominique Strauss-Kahn, Nafissatou Diallo and Why I Didn’t Report My Sexual Assault Abstract
Nakia D. Hansen
 
2013: Issues of Our Time - A Travesty of Justice: Recovering Nafissatou Diallo DSK and the Meaning of Consent Abstract
Gail Dines
 
2013: Issues of Our Time - A Travesty of Justice: Recovering Nafissatou Diallo DSK: Et si c’était L’Inverse? Abstract
Michèle Dayras
 
No 14 (2009): Struck By Lightening: The Transdiasporan Phenomenon of Skin Bleaching Dying to Be White Abstract
Sylvia Arthur
 
No 24 (2014): Trokosi Slavery, Sex Trafficking, Gender Violence, Small Business, Garifuna Community, Skin Color in Affirmative Action Economics and Trokosi Slavery in Ghana Abstract
Bernice Jacqueline Scott
 
No 15 (2009): Human Rights: 30 Years After CEDAW Editorial Abstract
Brillian Besi Muhonja
 
No 25 (2014): Gender and Education Editorial: Achieving Gender Equality in Education: One Step Forward, Two Steps Back Abstract
Jane F. A. Rarieya
 
No 20 (2012): Education in Africa Editorial: Gender Equity in African Education by 2015? Abstract
Mary Dillard
 
2011: Issues of Our Time - The Help Editorial: Issues of Our Time on The Help Abstract
Nkiru Nzegwu
 
No 28 (2016): Muslim Women in Africa and the Diaspora: Past, Present and the Future Editorial: Muslim Women in Africa and The Diaspora: Past, Present and the Future Abstract
Hadeer Abo El Nagah
 
No 19 (2011): Dedicated to the Three Lionesses Editorial: On Tears of Sorrow and Joy Abstract
Nkiru Nzegwu
 
No 21 (2012): Papa Edgard and His Mambos: Inside African Spirituality Practices of Vodou in America Editorial: Papa Edgard and His Mambos: Inside African Spirituality Practices of Vodou in America Abstract
Azuka Nzegwu
 
2013: Issues of Our Time - A Travesty of Justice: Recovering Nafissatou Diallo Editorial: Restoring Nafissatou Diallo’s Integrity Abstract
Nkiru Nzegwu
 
No 14 (2009): Struck By Lightening: The Transdiasporan Phenomenon of Skin Bleaching Editorial: "Struck by Lightening" Abstract
Yaba Amgborale Blay
 
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