African American Grief

AuteurPaul C. Rosenblatt & Beverly R. Wallace
ÉditeurRoutledge Press

By capturing stories and observing practices, the authors reveal how racism affects quality of life, the manner and rate of death for many African Americans, and the resulting bereavement and coping of the African American family. They also illustrate the unique role of faith in coping with racism and grief.

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